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Series: Unicode & Mac OS X

Mac OS X can handle hundreds of languages using Unicode. How does that help you?

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Two Bytes of the Cherry: Unicode and Mac OS X, Part 1

If you're using Mac OS X, a massive revolution is proceeding unnoticed on your computer. No, I don't mean Unix, preemptive multitasking, or any other familiar buzzwords

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Two Bytes of the Cherry: Unicode and Mac OS X, Part 2

In the first part of this article, I introduced you to Unicode, a grand unification scheme whereby every character in every writing system would be represented by a unique value, up to a potential one million distinct characters and symbols