challenge for programmers - SSS-ID mapping onto Unicode

Tomáš Klapka Tomas.Klapka at RUCE.CZ
Mon Jun 27 11:22:34 UTC 2005

Notice JFYI:

There are private use areas in Unicode, which can be used for our testing.
These codes are free to use...

Private Use Area
U+E000 – U+F8FF (57344–63743)
6,399 characters

Supplementary Private Use Area-A (Plane 15)
U+F0000 – U+FFFFD   (983040–1048573)
65,533 characters

Supplementary Private Use Area-B (Plane 16)
U+100000 – U+10FFFD   (1048576–1114109)
65,533 characters

For these codes, the Unicode standard does not specify any characters – 
anyone can produce a font and assign any characters they wish to the 
positions in these ranges.
We can just work with it and after the acceptation of SignWriting into 
Unicode, we can simply change this area to SW assigned code area.


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