Tuesday, May 09, 2006
Zen of Unicode
I attended David Goodger's Unicode talk at PyCon earlier this year and I thought I'm well on my way to Unicode enlightenment. It turns out I still need to chop a lot of wood, carry a lot of water before I attain this particular Zen...In the hope that other people will find it useful, here's a mini-tutorial on Unicode in the form of an email message from David, who responded in excruciating detail to some Unicode-related questions I sent him. I tried to copy and paste the text into the Blogger editor, only to get all sorts of markup-related errors, so I just put it on a Trac wiki. Hopefully David will soon publish his Unicode tutorial on the Web. Until then, happy Unicode hacking!
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