FYIDo you need to know the Unicode encoding value for a character in your database? You can see the character in OCLC Connexion or in your local system, but how can you find the character's encoding?
There is a great tool for that available free online:
Uniview not only gives you the encoding, it also provides a direct link to the full record for the character in the Unihan database.
UniView was created by Richard Ishida of the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C).
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