Decrypt / encode text Unicode
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Example, عربى to% u 0639% u 0631% u 0628% u0649 Note, Non-Unicode entities are in hex
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Unicode is a computing industry standard for the consistent encoding, representation and handling of text expressed in most of the world’s writing systems. It developed in conjunction with the standard Universal Character Set and published in book form as the The Unicode Standard, the latest version of Unicode consists of a repertoire of more than 109,000 characters covering 93 of the script, the set of code charts for visual reference, encoding methodology and set of standard character encoding, transfer character properties such as upper and lower case, a set of computer reference data files and the number of related items, such as character properties, normalization rules, decomposition, collation, rendering and bidirectional display order (for proper display text containing both scripts from right to left, such as Arabic and Hebrew, and scripts from left to right). Starting in 2011, the latest major version of the Unicode is the Unicode 6.0. Unicode Consortium, a nonprofit organization that coordinates Unicode developing, an ambitious goal is ultimately replace existing Unicode character encoding scheme and its standard Unicode Transformation Format (UTF), since many of the existing schemes are limited in size and volume and are incompatible with a multilingual environment. Unicode success in unification of character sets has led to its widespread and predominant use in the internationalization and localization of computer software. The standard has been implemented in many recent technologies, including XML, Java programming language, Microsoft .NET Framework and modern operating sistemy.Unicode can be implemented using a variety of character encodings. The most commonly used encodings are UTF-8 (which uses a single byte for all ASCII characters that have the same code value in UTF-8 and ASCII, and up to four bytes for other characters) are now obsolete UCS-2 (which uses two bytes for each character, but can not encode every character in the current Unicode standard) and UTF-16 (which extends the UCS-2 code points for processing outside the UCS-2).