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@@ 0,0 1,39 @@ # runes Command runes prints Unicode runes to stdout along with the rune's category and sub-category, its UTF8 and UTF16 encoding information and its official name. Specific code points and ranges of code points can be provided as arguments. * Canonical repository: https://git.sr.ht/~mna/runes * Issues: https://todo.sr.ht/~mna/runes ## Usage ``` usage: runes [-h] [-json] [CODEPT ...] [START-END ...] [- STRING ...] The runes command prints information about Unicode code points. Without argument, all code points are printed; specific code points can be requested as arguments, and ranges of code points are supported (e.g. 0x17-0x60). Code points starting with '0x' or 'u+' are considered in hexadecimal (the 'x' and 'u' are case insensitive), otherwise the number is processed as decimal. A single dash '-' can be used so that subsequent arguments are treated as strings for which each rune will be printed. The output follows the order of runes as specified on the command-line, the same rune will be printed multiple times if it is specified or included in multiple arguments. Examples: runes runes 0x2318 40-60 runes u+1f970 0X55-0XA0 - "Some string" ``` ## License The [BSD 3-Clause license][bsd]. [bsd]: http://opensource.org/licenses/BSD-3-Clause