I've been going through some sample coding which they use constant strings supposedly encoded in a form of unicode I'm assuming so it can be properly displayed in the right language. But I've come across strings full of code like this:
Could anyone shed some light as to what kind of encoding this is? My unicode editor says it's CJK unified ideographs extension A. I'm pretty sure that's not the right language for this code though. Also is there a simpler way for me to translate this from code into the actual font that will be displayed? It's quite bothersome to paste this code each time into my unicode editor.
It's seems to be CJK unified ideographs extension A. You cannot see these characters unless you install multilangual extension.
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