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unicode chars standard names?

hi group!

is there any table with the unicode standard names in the form:

Aacute, U000C1, =capital A, acute accent, [LATIN CAPITAL

this was excerpt of W3's "Characters Ordered by Entity Name" table, but it
does not contain entites such as &IPAprim; &fixout; &wsmin; ....
Any URL is welcome

George VS
Jul 21 '05 #1
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This is the 4th time this day that I sent this link


I hope this helps,

Jul 21 '05 #2
Thanks Cor,

I appreciate the link, but I need the character names indeed; I have a
pseudo-xml source of some electronic content. It is full with characters
referenced by entity names like ' &Zhacek; &ygrave; and so on. What I
need is the unicode values of the corresponding characters.

George VS
Jul 21 '05 #3
Hi George
is there any table with the unicode standard names in the form:
Aacute, U000C1, =capital A, acute accent, [LATIN CAPITAL

Watch for file: 'NamesList.txt' on unicode.org :




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Jul 21 '05 #4
But I really need the unicode value of an entity name, that is:
Á -> Á
å -> å
Э -> Э

this EXACTLY what i do replace names with values in a xml document;
the names are standard, some of them are published in

George VS
Jul 21 '05 #5

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