I’ve lately had the need to find what the code points are for some Unicode text, so I wrote a little web app:
Basically, you type in text and it tells you what the Unicode hex codes are. Pretty simple. There’s a live version on GitHub.
- I’m using punycode.js to do the conversion.
- I haven’t yet tested it with anything above
- Firefox shows the dotted circle for combining marks, but Chrome sadly doesn’t. (Which is why I used Firefox for the screenshot.)
- At some point I’d like to add more information about the characters — Unicode name, classification, link to chart, etc.