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UTF-8 encoded sample plain-text 3

Markus Kuhn [ˈmaʳkʊs kuːn] — 1999-08-20 The ASCII compatible UTF-8 encoding of ISO 10646 and Unicode plain-text files is defined in RFC 2279 and in ISO 10646-1 Annex R. Using Unicode/UTF-8, you can write in emails and source code things such as Mathematics and Sciences: ∮ E⋅da = Q, n → ∞, ∑ f(i) = ∏ g(i), ∀x∈ℝ: ⌈x⌉ = −⌊−x⌋, α ∧ ¬β = ¬(¬α ∨ β), ℕ ⊆

UTF-8 encoded sample plain-text 2

Markus Kuhn [ˈmaʳkʊs kuːn] — 1999-08-20 The ASCII compatible UTF-8 encoding of ISO 10646 and Unicode plain-text files is defined in RFC 2279 and in ISO 10646-1 Annex R. Using Unicode/UTF-8, you can write in emails and source code things such as Mathematics and Sciences: ∮ E⋅da = Q, n → ∞, ∑ f(i) = ∏ g(i), ∀x∈ℝ: ⌈x⌉ = −⌊−x⌋, α ∧ ¬β = ¬(¬α ∨ β), ℕ ⊆

UTF-8 encoded sample plain-text

Markus Kuhn [ˈmaʳkʊs kuːn] — 1999-08-20 The ASCII compatible UTF-8 encoding of ISO 10646 and Unicode plain-text files is defined in RFC 2279 and in ISO 10646-1 Annex R. Using Unicode/UTF-8, you can write in emails and source code things such as Mathematics and Sciences: ∮ E⋅da = Q, n → ∞, ∑ f(i) = ∏ g(i), ∀x∈ℝ: ⌈x⌉ = −⌊−x⌋, α ∧ ¬β = ¬(¬α ∨ β), ℕ ⊆

UTF-8 encoded sample plain-text file

Markus Kuhn [ˈmaʳkʊs kuːn] — 1999-08-20 The ASCII compatible UTF-8 encoding of ISO 10646 and Unicode plain-text files is defined in RFC 2279 and in ISO 10646-1 Annex R. Using Unicode/UTF-8, you can write in emails and source code things such as Mathematics and Sciences: ∮ E⋅da = Q, n → ∞, ∑ f(i) = ∏ g(i), ∀x∈ℝ: ⌈x⌉ = −⌊−x⌋, α ∧ ¬β = ¬(¬α ∨ β), ℕ ⊆

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