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|Search unicode-characters in sql server|
select * from tablename where charindex('uDE8F',columnname)>0
OR use like
select * from tablename where columnname like '%uDE8F%'
|Jquery - Regex to change color of Unicode characters in text?|
There are several issues with the code. Here is a minimally modified
version that works:
var char = 'u2122';
var thisDiv = '#searchDiv1';
var replaceWithThis = '<font color="red">'+char+'</font>';
var newText = $(thisDiv).html().replace(new RegExp(char, 'g'),
$( thisDiv ).html(newText);
|Unpack fixed width unicode file line with special characters. Python UnicodeDecodeError|
Indeed, the struct approach falls down here because it expects fields
to be a fixed number of bytes wide, while your format uses a fixed
number of codepoints.
I'd not use struct here at all. Your lines are already decoded to
Unicode values, just use slicing to extract your data:
slices = [slice(1, 13), slice(14, 32), slice(33, 49)]
for line in arquivo:
|Using unicode characters in Python's command line (Python 3.4.1.)|
This will depend on the encoding of the terminal you are using -
One of the most complete encodings is utf-8, and if you ensure your
on utf-8 you should have no problem printing these characters.
The "charmap" encoding is used on the windows terminal - and can only
didplay a subset of 256 unicode characters - which do not include
'u02c4', among possibly others you might want.
|Unicode to Non-unicode conversion|
No, Unicode is Unicode. The standard allows for innumerable "special"
characters beyond ASCII. The best you can do is search for your
desired subset of characters before the conversion and convert them to
your favorite ASCII stand-ins.