Input

Up to date to Unicode 12.
New version, public in early stages. As I work on it, it will be missing features, occasionally its data, and sometimes give errors.

Input currently recognised:
Type here
Input was%c3%a9
InterpretationLooks like percent-encoded UTF8 hex for U+00E9

Looks like single character, or reference to one. Will describe as such.
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Input as character
Character         éU+00E9
Character
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Nearby charactersÑ Ò Ó Ô Õ Ö × Ø Ù Ú Û Ü Ý Þ ß à á â ã ä å æ ç è é ê ë ì í î ï ð ñ ò ó ô õ ö ÷ ø ù ú û ü ý þ ÿ Ā
Confusables
(experiment, needs work)

Unicode character data
Character nameLATIN SMALL LETTER E WITH ACUTE
CategoriesLeft-to-Right, lowercase letter
Links elsewherecodepoints.net · fontspace · fileformat.info
In blockLatin-1 Supplement, U+0080 to U+00FF (PDF on unicode.org)
In unicode since approx
1995
Other unicode stuff
Unicode string properties
Normalization Original:
U+00E9 (é)



Decomposed (NFD and NFKD):
U+0065 U+0301 (é)
  Individual characters are:
   LATIN SMALL LETTER E
   COMBINING ACUTE ACCENT
Encodings that can encode this properlyutf_8   utf_16   utf_32   latin_1   iso8859_2   iso8859_3   iso8859_4   iso8859_9   iso8859_10   iso8859_13   iso8859_14   iso8859_15   iso2022_jp_1   iso2022_jp_2   iso2022_jp_2004   iso2022_jp_3   iso2022_jp_ext   gb2312   gbk   gb18030   big5hkscs   euc_jp   euc_jis_2004   euc_jisx0213   hz   mac_greek   mac_iceland   mac_latin2   mac_roman   mac_turkish   shift_jis_2004   shift_jisx0213   cp037   cp437   cp500   cp775   cp850   cp852   cp857   cp860   cp861   cp863   cp865   cp1026   cp1140   cp1250   cp1252   cp1254   cp1256   cp1257   cp1258
Encodings that will mangle your textascii   iso8859_5   iso8859_6   iso8859_7   iso8859_8   iso2022_jp   iso2022_kr   big5   euc_kr   johab   koi8_r   koi8_u   mac_cyrillic   ptcp154   shift_jis   cp424   cp737   cp855   cp856   cp862   cp864   cp866   cp869   cp874   cp875   cp932   cp949   cp950   cp1006   cp1251   cp1253   cp1255
String encoding
Character stuff
Named entityHTML 2: é
HTML 3.2: é
HTML 4 and XHTML 1.0: é
HTML5: é
XML 1.0: not defined
Alt codeAlt 130
Alt 0233
Alt 233 (where cp1252-based, which is not a given)
String stuff
HTML/XML
numeric entities
All but a-zA-Z0-9 and space encoded
hexadecimal:
  é

decimal:
  é
UTF8 bytestringas hex: c3a9
(UTF8 bytestring length is 2)
URL-encoded UTF8Only where necessary:
%C3%A9
All:
%C3%A9
Javascript
~ES3
"\u00e9"
ES6"\u{E9}"
Python string
py2
Unicode string:
  u'\xe9'
UTF8 bytestring:
  '\xc3\xa9'

py3
Unicode string:
  '\xe9'
UTF8 bytestring:
  b'\xc3\xa9'
Ruby'\u{00e9}'
CSS (in :before/:after)'\E9'
TeX
(experiment)
Character in TeX:
\'{e}
Emoji (experiment; TODO)
Details
         By itself: é
         With VS15: é︎
         With VS16: é️
Involved in modifier sequencesTODO
Involved in ZWJ sequencesTODO
CJK (experiment; TODO)
DetailsTODO
Unicode layout, and blocks used by the input

BMP - Basic Multilingual Plane:






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Arabic (256) pdf
Syriac (80) pdf
Thaana (64) pdf
NKo (64) pdf
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Bengali (128) pdf
Oriya (128) pdf
Tamil (128) pdf
Telugu (128) pdf
Kannada (128) pdf
Sinhala (128) pdf
Thai (128) pdf
Lao (128) pdf
Tibetan (256) pdf
Myanmar (160) pdf
Ogham (32) pdf
Runic (96) pdf
Buhid (32) pdf
Khmer (128) pdf
Limbu (80) pdf
Tai Le (48) pdf
Batak (64) pdf
Lepcha (80) pdf




Arrows (112) pdf


Coptic (128) pdf


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Kanbun (16) pdf
Lisu (48) pdf
Vai (320) pdf
Bamum (96) pdf
Rejang (48) pdf
Cham (96) pdf


High Private Use Surrogates (128)









End of range that UCS2-based Unicode implementations can store.
UCS4 implementations have no real limit, UTF-16 implementations can go beyond using surrogates.




SMP - Supplemental Multilingual Plane:
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Lycian (32) pdf
Carian (64) pdf
Gothic (32) pdf
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Osage (80) pdf
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Hatran (32) pdf
Lydian (32) pdf
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Brahmi (128) pdf
Kaithi (80) pdf
Chakma (80) pdf
Khojki (80) pdf
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Multani (48)
Grantha (128) pdf
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Newa (128) pdf
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Siddham (128) pdf
Modi (96) pdf
Takri (80) pdf
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Ahom (64) pdf
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Dogra (80) pdf
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Cuneiform (1024) pdf
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Mro (48) pdf
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Miao (160) pdf
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Tangut (6144) pdf
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Nushu (400) pdf
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Wancho (64) pdf
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Adlam (96) pdf
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SIP - Supplemental Ideographic Plane:
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TIP - Tertiary Ideographic Plane:
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Planes 4 through 13 - not allocated:
plane 4 (not allocated) (65536)
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plane 7 (not allocated) (65536)
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plane 12 (not allocated) (65536)
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SSP - Supplemental Special-purpose Plane:
Tags (128) pdf
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PUA-A - Private Use Area A:




PUA-B - Private Use Area B:




Note that of the ~1.1 million codepoints under U+10FFFF (the current cap), only ~140K are general-purpose graphic codepoints (about half in BMP), ~130K are private use (with no defined characters), and ~830K are unused.

The grouping used above is somewhat arbitrary, but looks halfway sensible