Unicode characters from U+1964 to U+1B57
Unicode is a standardized encoding system for representing text in computers and other devices. It assigns a unique number, called a code point, to each character in a character set. This allows computers to store and process text data in a consistent and standardized way, regardless of the language or script being used. Unicode supports a wide range of scripts and characters, including alphabetic characters, punctuation, symbols, and emoji, making it a versatile and comprehensive encoding system for text. It is widely used in software and online platforms to represent and process text data, and is an essential component of the modern computing experience.