Unicode Chart for Page
languages scripts of India
The Unicode Consortium is a non-profit organization devoted to developing, maintaining, and promoting software internationalization standards and data, particularly the Unicode Standard, which specifies the representation of text in all modern software products and standards. The Unicode Consortium actively develops standards in the area of internationalization including defining the behaviour and relationships between Unicode characters. The Consortium works closely with W3C and ISO—in particular with ISO/IEC/JTC 1/SC2/WG2, which is responsible for maintaining ISO/IEC 10646, the International Standard synchronized with the Unicode Standard.
The latest electronic version of the Unicode Standard can be found at Unicode site. The publications of the Unicode Consortium include Unicode Standard, with its Annexes and Character http://www.unicode.org/ucd/, Unicode Technical Standards and Reports http://unicode.org/reports/, Unicode Technical Notes and the Unicode Locales project, the Common Locale Data Repository.
The Unicode Character Standard primarily encodes scripts rather than languages. That is, where more than one language shares a set of symbols. These collections of symbols (i.e., scripts) are used to write particular languages. In many cases, a single script may serve to write tens or even hundreds of languages (e.g., the Latin script).
Unicode® character table
Function Unicode(val As Long)
Unicode = ChrW(val)
Tips to use Unicode in Excel etc..
Enter in a cell formula to display xx: =UNICHAR(xx)
If number is in hexadecimal (hx), convert it to decimal, xx = HEX2DEC(hx)
In HTML to display spades (2660x or 9824)
"&spades" - Display ♠
9824 Display ♠
2660 Display ♠