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UTF-8 encoding for sub and superscript. Are those supported on UTF-8?

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Hi;

I have some content sub and superscript that i should put in my xml. Are those supported on UTF-8?

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by:Geert Bormans
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All unicode charcters can be expressed in a UTF-8 encoding in XML
in that sense UTF-8 is a "complete" encoding for XML
unicode table is here:
http://unicode-table.com/en/
If your editor does not support entering UTF-8 straight from the keyboard, you can always use numeric character entities
eg. for unicode codepoint 178 (superscript 2) use
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If you do it that way, your character is also safe for encodings that don't support the full unicode
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Where the other characters are in the unicode standard can be found here

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Unicode_subscripts_and_superscripts
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Hi;

Thanks for the reply. I checked codepoint 178 in the link, but it was another character. can you attach a screenshot by circling it?

My question also involves superscript of, say, letter k. Is that one there too?

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note that there are two ways of expressing numeric character entities
numeric decimal
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or numeric hexadecimal
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(note the X after the # for the hex number)
both are the same character only expressed differently
please try to add the 178  numeric entity in a html and check in the browser, you will see I am right, that definitely is superscript 2

Your question did not mention "k" etc. But if you look at the table, you will find at least teh subscripts expressed... hint: you can search the table through the search box using the word "subscript" by example
the subscript "k" is
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but that is an more obscure font... in order to visualize it you will need a font with full support of unicode
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