Double-Value Unicode?

Richmond richmondmathewson at gmail.com
Sun May 18 07:09:48 EDT 2014


On 17/05/14 20:54, Scott Rossi wrote:
> Maybe unnecessary for LC7, but for my work in LC6 (and anybody that's
> interested), I put together the following functions for converting a
> unicode surrogate pair to a single value and vice versa:
>
> function unicodePairToNum pNum1,pNum2
>      return (pNum1 - 55296) * 1024 + (pNum2 - 56320) + 65536
> end unicodePairToNum
>
> function numToUnicodePair pNum
>     put trunc((pNum - 65536)/1024 + 55296) into num1
>     put (pNum - 65536) mod 1024 + 56320 into num2
>     return num1,num2
> end numToUnicodePair
>
>
>
> Thanks to Richmond for the link to unicode character calculations:
> http://www.russellcottrell.com/greek/utilities/SurrogatePairCalculator.htm
>
>
>

Confession time . . .

"MOD 104" is not "MOD 1024"

entirely my fault.

Sorry people.

New version here, including something to catch Unicode addresses below 
Hex 10000:

http://forums.runrev.com/viewtopic.php?f=6&t=20433&p=103854#p103854

Richmond.




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