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INCORPORATING CHARACTERS NOT ON THE KEYBOARD INTO YOUR PROJECTS Unicode Escape Sequences
Escape Sequences Recall the escape sequences you already know \t is for tab \n is for new line \ is for the double quote \\ is for the backslash \ is for the single quote
Unicode Message from unicode.org Welcome! The Unicode Consortium enables people around the world to use computers in any language. Our freely-available specifications and data form the foundation for software internationalization in all major operating systems, search engines, applications, and the World Wide Web. An essential part of our mission is to educate and engage academic and scientific communities, and the general public.
Unicode Unicode has developed seemingly endless tables of characters and an associated 4-character, numeric/letter code Characters can be printed from international alphabets, mathematical operations, arrows and other symbols, and more! Goto http://www.unicode.org/charts/ to explorehttp://www.unicode.org/charts/
Unicode Escape Sequence The escape sequence \u is used to signify a unicode sequence is coming For example, Mr. Schmarge studied German in high school and college – 5 years to be exact. In German, that would be fünf years How do you write this in Java? The unicode for ü is 00FC
Unicode Escape Sequence Type the below into a BlueJ program: System.out.println(Herr Schmarge hat f\u00FCnf Jahren Deutsch studiert);