Latin Extended-C

The Latin Extended-C Unicode block is a range of code points in the Unicode standard that represents a variety of Latin-based characters that are used in various languages and writing systems. The Latin script is a writing system that originated in the ancient Roman Empire and is used today to write many of the world's languages. The Latin Extended-C Unicode block includes a wide range of characters that are used to represent various Latin-based characters that are commonly used in a variety of languages and writing systems, such as the Latin letter Z with dot below and the Latin letter Q with dot below. These characters are often used in combination with other characters to represent more complex Latin-based letters, such as the uppercase and lowercase versions of the Latin letter Ç, which is commonly used in Turkish and French. The Latin Extended-C Unicode block is part of the Unicode standard, which is a standardized character encoding system that allows computers to store and display text in a wide variety of scripts and languages.
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