Unicode hexadecimal characters

John Baxter jwbaxter at spamcop.net
Thu Jun 20 05:46:39 CEST 2002

In article <3D1137E2.7CB8F814 at engcorp.com>,
 Peter Hansen <peter at engcorp.com> wrote:

> It's unlikely there is any 
> aspect of Unicode which covers "pretty" representations of hexadecimal
> digits...

No representation I've seen is less pretty than NCR's for the C-315 (ca 
1963).  The 6 digits for the hex values were simply the six characters 
which happened to fall after the digits in the four-byte world.  I think 
10 was @...12 was space, and others were , . and two more.

Memory dumps in which spaces are either significant data or whitespace 
depending on column "can be a nuisance."  ;-)


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