Last modified on 24 December 2013, at 18:35

Unicode/Character reference/D000-DFFF

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Reserved Noncharacter
Unicode characters
BMP SMP SIP SSP PUA
0000–0FFF 8000–8FFF 10000–10FFF 18000-18FFF 20000–20FFF 28000–28FFF E0000–E0FFF F0000–F0FFF F8000–F8FFF 100000–100FFF 108000–108FFF
1000–1FFF 9000–9FFF 11000–11FFF 19000-19FFF 21000–21FFF 29000–29FFF   F1000–F1FFF F9000–F9FFF 101000–101FFF 109000–109FFF
2000–2FFF A000–AFFF 12000–12FFF 1A000-1AFFF 22000–22FFF 2A000–2AFFF   F2000–F2FFF FA000–FAFFF 102000–102FFF 10A000–10AFFF
3000–3FFF B000–BFFF 13000–13FFF 1B000-1BFFF 23000–23FFF 2B000–2BFFF   F3000–F3FFF FB000–FBFFF 103000–103FFF 10B000–10BFFF
4000–4FFF C000–CFFF 14000-14FFF 1C000-1CFFF 24000–24FFF 2C000–2CFFF F4000–F4FFF FC000–FCFFF 104000–104FFF 10C000–10CFFF
5000–5FFF D000–DFFF 15000-15FFF 1D000–1DFFF 25000–25FFF 2D000–2DFFF F5000–F5FFF FD000–FDFFF 105000–105FFF 10D000–10DFFF
6000–6FFF E000–EFFF 16000–16FFF 1E000–1EFFF 26000–26FFF 2E000–2EFFF F6000–F6FFF FE000–FEFFF 106000–106FFF 10E000–10EFFF
7000–7FFF F000–FFFF 17000-17FFF 1F000–1FFFF 27000–27FFF 2F000–2FFFF   F7000–F7FFF FF000–FFFFF 107000–107FFF 10F000–10FFFF

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U+ 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 A B C D E F
D000 퀀
D010
D020
D030
D040
D050
D060
D070
D080
D090
D0A0
D0B0
D0C0
D0D0
D0E0
D0F0
U+ 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 A B C D E F
D100
D110
D120
D130
D140
D150
D160
D170
D180
D190
D1A0
D1B0
D1C0
D1D0
D1E0
D1F0
U+ 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 A B C D E F
D200
D210
D220
D230
D240
D250
D260
D270
D280
D290
D2A0
D2B0
D2C0
D2D0
D2E0
D2F0
U+ 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 A B C D E F
D300
D310
D320
D330
D340
D350
D360
D370
D380
D390
D3A0
D3B0
D3C0
D3D0
D3E0
D3F0
U+ 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 A B C D E F
D400
D410
D420
D430
D440
D450
D460
D470
D480
D490
D4A0
D4B0
D4C0
D4D0
D4E0
D4F0
U+ 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 A B C D E F
D500
D510
D520
D530
D540
D550
D560
D570
D580
D590
D5A0
D5B0
D5C0
D5D0
D5E0
D5F0
U+ 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 A B C D E F
D600
D610
D620
D630
D640
D650
D660
D670
D680
D690
D6A0
D6B0
D6C0
D6D0
D6E0
D6F0
U+ 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 A B C D E F
D700
D710
D720
D730
D740
D750
D760
D770
D780
D790
D7A0                        
D7B0
D7C0        
D7D0
D7E0
D7F0        

Unicode range D800–DFFF is used as surrogate pair in UTF-16 (used by Windows) and CESU-8 transformation formats, allowing these encodings to represent the supplementary plane code points, whose values are too large to fit in 16 bits. A pair of 16-bit code points — the first from the high surrogate area (D800–DBFF), and the second from the low surrogate area (DC00–DFFF) — are combined to form a 32-bit code point from the supplementary planes.

Unicode and ISO/IEC 10646 do not assign actual characters to any of the code points in the D800–DFFF range — these code points only have meaning when used in surrogate pairs. Hence an individual code point from a surrogate pair does not represent a character, is invalid unless used in a surrogate pair, and is unconditionally invalid in UTF-32 and UTF-8 (if strict conformance to the standard is applied).