Unicode is a computing industry standard for the consistent encoding, representation, and handling of text expressed in most of the world’s writing systems. It is the most widely used and accepted multi-language standard, allowing computers to display and process text in any language. 

Unicode enables people around the world to use computers in their native language and to share data with others, regardless of platform or language.

How does it work?

Unicode is a character encoding system that assigns a unique code point, or number, to every character used in written text. Each code point is represented by a pair of numbers, usually referred to as the hexadecimal code or the hex value. Most modern operating systems and software programs are able to interpret and display text in Unicode. 

The Unicode standard is regularly updated to include new characters, symbols, and scripts, allowing users to view and type in their native languages.

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