Unicode in Java: sample data (part 5)

When testing Unicode with your application, you need some examples. Most people don't have Thai or Katakana files sitting around, so finding test data is hard.

I've been playing around with JavaScript and JQuery recently, so I thought I'd build a small app that would render Unicode characters from a variety of languages in a variety of scripts. You can cut-and-paste the examples into your own test files, or since the HTML file contain the characters themselves (instead of the HTML escape codes), you could even use the file as as test data. It even has Klingon :)


Marcus Kuhn has a lot of good examples including "quick brown fox" examples in many languages (unfortunately Chinese is not among them).

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