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TXT # # Contents: Map (external version) from Mac OS Hebrew # character set to Unicode 2.1 # # Copyright: (c) 1995-1999 by Apple Computer, Inc., all rights # reserved. # # Contact: charsets@apple.com # # Changes: # # b02 1999-Sep-22 Update contact e-mail address. Matches # internal utom<b1>, ufrm<b1>, and Text # Encoding Converter version 1.5. # n03 1998-Feb-05 Show required Unicode character # directionality in a different way. Update # mappings for 0xC0 and 0xDE to use # transcoding hints; matches internal utom<n6>, # ufrm<n20>, and Text Encoding Converter # version 1.3. Rewrite header comments. # n01 1995-Nov-15 First version. Matches internal ufrm<n8>. # # Standard header: # ---------------# # Apple, the Apple logo, and Macintosh are trademarks of Apple # Computer, Inc., registered in the United States and other countries. # Unicode is a trademark of Unicode Inc. For the sake of brevity, # throughout this document, "Macintosh" can be used to refer to # Macintosh computers and "Unicode" can be used to refer to the # Unicode standard. # # Apple makes no warranty or representation, either express or # implied, with respect to these tables, their quality, accuracy, or # fitness for a particular purpose. In no event will Apple be liable # for direct, indirect, special, incidental, or consequential damages # resulting from any defect or inaccuracy in this document or the # accompanying tables. # # These mapping tables and character lists are subject to change. # The latest tables should be available from the following: # # <ftp://ftp.unicode.org/Public/MAPPINGS/VENDORS/APPLE/> # <ftp://dev.apple.com/devworld/Technical_Documentation/Misc._Standards/> # # For general information about Mac OS encodings and these mapping # tables, see the file "README.TXT". # # Format: # ------# # Three tab-separated columns; # '#' begins a comment which continues to the end of the line. # Column #1 is the Mac OS Hebrew code (in hex as 0xNN). # Column #2 is the corresponding Unicode or Unicode sequence (in # hex as 0xNNNN, 0xNNNN+0xNNNN, etc.). Sequences of up to 5 # Unicode characters are used here. A single Unicode character

# may be preceded by a tag indicating required directionality # (i.e. <LR>+0xNNNN or <RL>+0xNNNN). # Column #3 is a comment containing the Unicode name. # # The entries are in Mac OS Hebrew code order. # # Some of these mappings require the use of corporate characters. # See the file "CORPCHAR.TXT" and notes below. # # Control character mappings are not shown in this table, following # the conventions of the standard UTC mapping tables. However, the # Mac OS Roman character set uses the standard control characters at # 0x00-0x1F and 0x7F. # # Notes on Mac OS Hebrew: # ----------------------# # 1. General # # The Mac OS Hebrew character set supports the Hebrew and Yiddish # languages. It incorporates the Hebrew letter repertoire of # ISO 8859-8, and uses the same code points for them, 0xE0-0xFA. # It also incorporates the ASCII character set. In addition, the # Mac OS Hebrew character set includes the following: # # - Hebrew points (nikud marks) at 0xC6, 0xCB-0xCF and 0xD8-0xDF. # These are non-spacing combining marks. Note that the RAFE point # at 0xD8 is not displayed correctly in some fonts, and cannot be # typed using the keyboard layouts in the current Hebrew localized # systems. Also note: The character given in Unicode as QAMATS # (U+05B8) actually refers to two different sounds, depending on # context. For example, when ALEF is followed by QAMATS, the QAMATS # can actually refer to two different sounds depending on the # following letters. The Mac OS Hebrew character set separately # encodes these two sounds for the same graphic shape, as "qamats" # (0xCB) and "qamats qatan" (0xDE). The "qamats" character is more # common, so it is mapped to the Unicode QAMATS; "qamats qatan" can # only be used with a limited number of characters, and it is # mapped using a corporate-zone variant tag (see below). # # - Various Hebrew ligatures at 0x81, 0xC0, 0xC7, 0xC8, 0xD6, and # 0xD7. Also note that the Yiddish YOD YOD PATAH ligature at 0x81 # is missing in some fonts. # # - The NEW SHEQEL SIGN at 0xA6. # # - Latin characters with diacritics at 0x80 and 0x82-0x9F. However, # most of these cannot be typed using the keyboard layouts in the # Hebrew localized systems. # # - Right-left versions of certain ASCII punctuation, symbols and # digits: 0xA0-0xA5, 0xA7-0xBF, 0xFB-0xFF. See below. # # - Miscellaneous additional punctuation at 0xC1, 0xC9, 0xCA, and # 0xD0-0xD5. There is a variant of the Hebrew encoding in which # the LEFT SINGLE QUOTATION MARK at 0xD4 is replaced by FIGURE # SPACE. The glyphs for some of the other punctuation characters # are missing in some fonts. # # - Four obsolete characters at 0xC2-0xC5 known as canorals (not to

# be confused with cantillation marks!). These were used for # manual positioning of nikud marks before System 7.1 (at which # point nikud positioning became automatic with WorldScript.). # # 2. Directional characters and roundtrip fidelity # # The Mac OS Hebrew character set was developed around 1987. At that # time the bidirectional line line layout algorithm used in the Mac OS # Hebrew system was fairly simple; it used only a few direction # classes (instead of the 13 or so now used in the Unicode # bidirectional algorithm). In order to permit users to handle some # tricky layout problems, certain punctuation, symbol, and digit # characters have duplicate code points, one with a left-right # direction attribute and the other with a right-left direction # attribute. # # For example, plus sign is encoded at 0x2B with a left-right # attribute, and at 0xAB with a right-left attribute. However, there # is only one PLUS SIGN character in Unicode. This leads to some # interesting problems when mapping between Mac OS Hebrew and Unicode; # see below. # # A related problem is that even when a particular character is # encoded only once in Mac OS Hebrew, it may have a different # direction attribute than the corresponding Unicode character. # # For example, the Mac OS Hebrew character at 0xC9 is HORIZONTAL # ELLIPSIS with strong right-left direction. However, the Unicode # character HORIZONTAL ELLIPSIS has direction class neutral. # # 3. Font variants # # The table in this file gives the Unicode mappings for the standard # Mac OS Hebrew encoding. This encoding is supported by many of the # Apple fonts (including all of the fonts in the Hebrew Language Kit), # and is the encoding supported by the text processing utilities. # However, some TrueType fonts provided with the localized Hebrew # system implement a slightly different encoding; the difference is # only in one code point, 0xD4. For the standard variant, this is: # 0xD4 -> <RL>+0x2018 LEFT SINGLE QUOTATION MARK, right-left # # The TrueType variant is used by the following TrueType fonts from # the localized system: Caesarea, Carmel Book, Gilboa, Ramat Sharon, # and Sinai Book. For these, 0xD4 is as follows: # 0xD4 -> <RL>+0x2007 FIGURE SPACE, right-left # # Unicode mapping issues and notes: # --------------------------------# # 1. Matching the direction of Mac OS Hebrew characters # # When Mac OS Hebrew encodes a character twice but with different # direction attributes for the two code points - as in the case of # plus sign mentioned above - we need a way to map both Mac OS Hebrew # code points to Unicode and back again without loss of information. # With the plus sign, for example, mapping one of the Mac OS Hebrew # characters to a code in the Unicode corporate use zone is # undesirable, since both of the plus sign characters are likely to # be used in text that is interchanged. #

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The problem is solved with the use of direction override characters and direction-dependent mappings. When mapping from Mac OS Hebrew to Unicode, we use direction overrides as necessary to force the direction of the resulting Unicode characters. The required direction is indicated by a direction tag in the mappings. A tag of <LR> means the corresponding Unicode character must have a strong left-right context, and a tag of <RL> indicates a right-left context. For example, the mapping of 0x2B is given as <LR>+0x002B; the mapping of 0xAB is given as <RL>+0x002B. If we map an isolated instance of 0x2B to Unicode, it should be mapped as follows (LRO indicates LEFT-RIGHT OVERRIDE, PDF indicates POP DIRECTION FORMATTING): 0x2B -> 0x202D (LRO) + 0x002B (PLUS SIGN) + 0x202C (PDF) When mapping several characters in a row that require direction forcing, the overrides need only be used at the beginning and end. For example: 0x24 0x20 0x28 0x29 -> 0x202D 0x0024 0x0020 0x0028 0x0029 0x202C When mapping from Unicode to Mac OS Hebrew, the Unicode bidirectional algorithm should be used to determine resolved direction of the Unicode characters. The mapping from Unicode to Mac OS Hebrew can then be disambiguated by the use of the resolved direction: Unicode 0x002B -> Mac OS Hebrew 0x2B (if L) or 0xAB (if R) However, this also means the direction override characters should be discarded when mapping from Unicode to Mac OS Hebrew (after they have been used to determine resolved direction), since the direction override information is carried by the code point itself. Even when direction overrides are not needed for roundtrip fidelity, they are sometimes used when mapping Mac OS Hebrew characters to Unicode in order to achieve similar text layout with the resulting Unicode text. For example, the single Mac OS Hebrew ellipsis character has direction class right-left,and there is no left-right version. However, the Unicode HORIZONTAL ELLIPSIS character has direction class neutral (which means it may end up with a resolved direction of left-right if surrounded by left-right characters). When mapping the Mac OS Hebrew ellipsis to Unicode, it is surrounded with a direction override to help preserve proper text layout. The resolved direction is not needed or used when mapping the Unicode HORIZONTAL ELLIPSIS back to Mac OS Hebrew. 2. Use of corporate-zone Unicodes The goals in the mappings provided here are: - Ensure roundtrip mapping from every character in the Mac OS Hebrew character set to Unicode and back - Use standard Unicode characters as much as possible, to maximize interchangeability of the resulting Unicode text. Whenever possible, avoid having content carried by private-use characters.

# Some of the characters in the Mac OS Hebrew character set do not # correspond to distinct, single Unicode characters. To map these # and satisfy both goals above, we employ various strategies. # # a) If possible, use private use characters in combination with # standard Unicode characters to mark variants of the standard # Unicode character. # # Apple has defined a block of 32 corporate characters as "transcoding # hints." These are used in combination with standard Unicode characters # to force them to be treated in a special way for mapping to other # encodings; they have no other effect. Sixteen of these transcoding # hints are "grouping hints" - they indicate that the next 2-4 Unicode # characters should be treated as a single entity for transcoding. The # other sixteen transcoding hints are "variant tags" - they are like # combining characters, and can follow a standard Unicode (or a sequence # consisting of a base character and other combining characters) to # cause it to be treated in a special way for transcoding. These always # terminate a combining-character sequence. # # Two transcoding hints are used in this mapping table: a grouping hint # and a variant tag: # hint: # 0xF86A group next 2 characters, right-left directionality # 0xF87F variant tag # # In Mac OS Hebrew, 0xC0 is a ligature for lamed holam. This can also # be represented in Mac OS Hebrew as 0xEC+0xDD, using separate # characters for lamed and holam. The latter sequence is mapped to # Unicode as 0x05DC+0x05B9, i.e. as the sequence HEBREW LETTER LAMED + # HEBREW POINT HOLAM. We want to map the ligature 0xC0 using the same # standard Unicode characters, but for round-trip fidelity we need to # distinguish it from the mapping of the sequence 0xEC+0xDD. Thus for # 0xC0 we use a grouping hint, and map as follows: # # 0xC0 -> 0xF86A+0x05DC+0x05B9 # # The variant tag is used for "qamats qatan" to mark it as an alternate # for HEBREW POINT QAMATS, as follows: # # 0xDE -> 0x05B8+0xF87F # # b) Otherwise, use private use characters by themselves to map # characters in the TrueType variant of Mac OS Hebrew characters which # have no relationship to any standard Unicode character. # # The following additional corporate zone Unicode characters are used # for this purpose here (to map the obsolete "canorals", see above): # # 0xF89B Hebrew canoral 1 # 0xF89C Hebrew canoral 2 # 0xF89D Hebrew canoral 3 # 0xF89E Hebrew canoral 4 # # Details of mapping changes in each version: # ------------------------------------------# # Changes from version n01 to version n03: # # - Change mapping for 0xC0 from single corporate character to

# grouping hint plus standard Unicodes # # - Change mapping for 0xDE from single corporate character to # standard Unicode plus variant tag # ################## 0x20 0x21 0x22 0x23 0x24 0x25 0x26 0x27 0x28 0x29 0x2A 0x2B 0x2C 0x2D 0x2E 0x2F 0x30 0x31 0x32 0x33 0x34 0x35 0x36 0x37 0x38 0x39 0x3A 0x3B 0x3C 0x3D 0x3E 0x3F 0x40 0x41 0x42 0x43 0x44 0x45 0x46 0x47 0x48 0x49 0x4A 0x4B 0x4C 0x4D 0x4E 0x4F 0x50 0x51 0x52 0x53 0x54 <LR>+0x0020 # SPACE, left-right <LR>+0x0021 # EXCLAMATION MARK, left-right <LR>+0x0022 # QUOTATION MARK, left-right <LR>+0x0023 # NUMBER SIGN, left-right <LR>+0x0024 # DOLLAR SIGN, left-right <LR>+0x0025 # PERCENT SIGN, left-right 0x0026 # AMPERSAND <LR>+0x0027 # APOSTROPHE, left-right <LR>+0x0028 # LEFT PARENTHESIS, left-right <LR>+0x0029 # RIGHT PARENTHESIS, left-right <LR>+0x002A # ASTERISK, left-right <LR>+0x002B # PLUS SIGN, left-right <LR>+0x002C # COMMA, left-right <LR>+0x002D # HYPHEN-MINUS, left-right <LR>+0x002E # FULL STOP, left-right <LR>+0x002F # SOLIDUS, left-right <LR>+0x0030 # DIGIT ZERO, left-right <LR>+0x0031 # DIGIT ONE, left-right <LR>+0x0032 # DIGIT TWO, left-right <LR>+0x0033 # DIGIT THREE, left-right <LR>+0x0034 # DIGIT FOUR, left-right <LR>+0x0035 # DIGIT FIVE, left-right <LR>+0x0036 # DIGIT SIX, left-right <LR>+0x0037 # DIGIT SEVEN, left-right <LR>+0x0038 # DIGIT EIGHT, left-right <LR>+0x0039 # DIGIT NINE, left-right <LR>+0x003A # COLON, left-right <LR>+0x003B # SEMICOLON, left-right <LR>+0x003C # LESS-THAN SIGN, left-right <LR>+0x003D # EQUALS SIGN, left-right <LR>+0x003E # GREATER-THAN SIGN, left-right <LR>+0x003F # QUESTION MARK, left-right 0x0040 # COMMERCIAL AT 0x0041 # LATIN CAPITAL LETTER A 0x0042 # LATIN CAPITAL LETTER B 0x0043 # LATIN CAPITAL LETTER C 0x0044 # LATIN CAPITAL LETTER D 0x0045 # LATIN CAPITAL LETTER E 0x0046 # LATIN CAPITAL LETTER F 0x0047 # LATIN CAPITAL LETTER G 0x0048 # LATIN CAPITAL LETTER H 0x0049 # LATIN CAPITAL LETTER I 0x004A # LATIN CAPITAL LETTER J 0x004B # LATIN CAPITAL LETTER K 0x004C # LATIN CAPITAL LETTER L 0x004D # LATIN CAPITAL LETTER M 0x004E # LATIN CAPITAL LETTER N 0x004F # LATIN CAPITAL LETTER O 0x0050 # LATIN CAPITAL LETTER P 0x0051 # LATIN CAPITAL LETTER Q 0x0052 # LATIN CAPITAL LETTER R 0x0053 # LATIN CAPITAL LETTER S 0x0054 # LATIN CAPITAL LETTER T

0x55 0x56 0x57 0x58 0x59 0x5A 0x5B 0x5C 0x5D 0x5E 0x5F 0x60 0x61 0x62 0x63 0x64 0x65 0x66 0x67 0x68 0x69 0x6A 0x6B 0x6C 0x6D 0x6E 0x6F 0x70 0x71 0x72 0x73 0x74 0x75 0x76 0x77 0x78 0x79 0x7A 0x7B 0x7C 0x7D 0x7E # 0x80 0x81 0x82 0x83 0x84 0x85 0x86 0x87 0x88 0x89 0x8A 0x8B 0x8C 0x8D 0x8E 0x8F 0x90

0x0055 # LATIN CAPITAL LETTER U 0x0056 # LATIN CAPITAL LETTER V 0x0057 # LATIN CAPITAL LETTER W 0x0058 # LATIN CAPITAL LETTER X 0x0059 # LATIN CAPITAL LETTER Y 0x005A # LATIN CAPITAL LETTER Z <LR>+0x005B # LEFT SQUARE BRACKET, left-right 0x005C # REVERSE SOLIDUS <LR>+0x005D # RIGHT SQUARE BRACKET, left-right 0x005E # CIRCUMFLEX ACCENT 0x005F # LOW LINE 0x0060 # GRAVE ACCENT 0x0061 # LATIN SMALL LETTER A 0x0062 # LATIN SMALL LETTER B 0x0063 # LATIN SMALL LETTER C 0x0064 # LATIN SMALL LETTER D 0x0065 # LATIN SMALL LETTER E 0x0066 # LATIN SMALL LETTER F 0x0067 # LATIN SMALL LETTER G 0x0068 # LATIN SMALL LETTER H 0x0069 # LATIN SMALL LETTER I 0x006A # LATIN SMALL LETTER J 0x006B # LATIN SMALL LETTER K 0x006C # LATIN SMALL LETTER L 0x006D # LATIN SMALL LETTER M 0x006E # LATIN SMALL LETTER N 0x006F # LATIN SMALL LETTER O 0x0070 # LATIN SMALL LETTER P 0x0071 # LATIN SMALL LETTER Q 0x0072 # LATIN SMALL LETTER R 0x0073 # LATIN SMALL LETTER S 0x0074 # LATIN SMALL LETTER T 0x0075 # LATIN SMALL LETTER U 0x0076 # LATIN SMALL LETTER V 0x0077 # LATIN SMALL LETTER W 0x0078 # LATIN SMALL LETTER X 0x0079 # LATIN SMALL LETTER Y 0x007A # LATIN SMALL LETTER Z <LR>+0x007B # LEFT CURLY BRACKET, left-right <LR>+0x007C # VERTICAL LINE, left-right <LR>+0x007D # RIGHT CURLY BRACKET, left-right 0x007E # TILDE 0x00C4 0xFB1F 0x00C7 0x00C9 0x00D1 0x00D6 0x00DC 0x00E1 0x00E0 0x00E2 0x00E4 0x00E3 0x00E5 0x00E7 0x00E9 0x00E8 0x00EA # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # LATIN CAPITAL LETTER A WITH DIAERESIS HEBREW LIGATURE YIDDISH YOD YOD PATAH LATIN CAPITAL LETTER C WITH CEDILLA LATIN CAPITAL LETTER E WITH ACUTE LATIN CAPITAL LETTER N WITH TILDE LATIN CAPITAL LETTER O WITH DIAERESIS LATIN CAPITAL LETTER U WITH DIAERESIS LATIN SMALL LETTER A WITH ACUTE LATIN SMALL LETTER A WITH GRAVE LATIN SMALL LETTER A WITH CIRCUMFLEX LATIN SMALL LETTER A WITH DIAERESIS LATIN SMALL LETTER A WITH TILDE LATIN SMALL LETTER A WITH RING ABOVE LATIN SMALL LETTER C WITH CEDILLA LATIN SMALL LETTER E WITH ACUTE LATIN SMALL LETTER E WITH GRAVE LATIN SMALL LETTER E WITH CIRCUMFLEX

0x91 0x92 0x93 0x94 0x95 0x96 0x97 0x98 0x99 0x9A 0x9B 0x9C 0x9D 0x9E 0x9F 0xA0 0xA1 0xA2 0xA3 0xA4 0xA5 0xA6 0xA7 0xA8 0xA9 0xAA 0xAB 0xAC 0xAD 0xAE 0xAF 0xB0 0xB1 0xB2 0xB3 0xB4 0xB5 0xB6 0xB7 0xB8 0xB9 0xBA 0xBB 0xBC 0xBD 0xBE 0xBF 0xC0 0xC1 0xC2 0xC3 0xC4 0xC5 0xC6 0xC7 0xC8 0xC9 0xCA 0xCB 0xCC

0x00EB # LATIN SMALL LETTER E WITH DIAERESIS 0x00ED # LATIN SMALL LETTER I WITH ACUTE 0x00EC # LATIN SMALL LETTER I WITH GRAVE 0x00EE # LATIN SMALL LETTER I WITH CIRCUMFLEX 0x00EF # LATIN SMALL LETTER I WITH DIAERESIS 0x00F1 # LATIN SMALL LETTER N WITH TILDE 0x00F3 # LATIN SMALL LETTER O WITH ACUTE 0x00F2 # LATIN SMALL LETTER O WITH GRAVE 0x00F4 # LATIN SMALL LETTER O WITH CIRCUMFLEX 0x00F6 # LATIN SMALL LETTER O WITH DIAERESIS 0x00F5 # LATIN SMALL LETTER O WITH TILDE 0x00FA # LATIN SMALL LETTER U WITH ACUTE 0x00F9 # LATIN SMALL LETTER U WITH GRAVE 0x00FB # LATIN SMALL LETTER U WITH CIRCUMFLEX 0x00FC # LATIN SMALL LETTER U WITH DIAERESIS <RL>+0x0020 # SPACE, right-left <RL>+0x0021 # EXCLAMATION MARK, right-left <RL>+0x0022 # QUOTATION MARK, right-left <RL>+0x0023 # NUMBER SIGN, right-left <RL>+0x0024 # DOLLAR SIGN, right-left <RL>+0x0025 # PERCENT SIGN, right-left 0x20AA # NEW SHEQEL SIGN <RL>+0x0027 # APOSTROPHE, right-left <RL>+0x0028 # LEFT PARENTHESIS, right-left <RL>+0x0029 # RIGHT PARENTHESIS, right-left <RL>+0x002A # ASTERISK, right-left <RL>+0x002B # PLUS SIGN, right-left <RL>+0x002C # COMMA, right-left <RL>+0x002D # HYPHEN-MINUS, right-left <RL>+0x002E # FULL STOP, right-left <RL>+0x002F # SOLIDUS, right-left <RL>+0x0030 # DIGIT ZERO, right-left <RL>+0x0031 # DIGIT ONE, right-left <RL>+0x0032 # DIGIT TWO, right-left <RL>+0x0033 # DIGIT THREE, right-left <RL>+0x0034 # DIGIT FOUR, right-left <RL>+0x0035 # DIGIT FIVE, right-left <RL>+0x0036 # DIGIT SIX, right-left <RL>+0x0037 # DIGIT SEVEN, right-left <RL>+0x0038 # DIGIT EIGHT, right-left <RL>+0x0039 # DIGIT NINE, right-left <RL>+0x003A # COLON, right-left <RL>+0x003B # SEMICOLON, right-left <RL>+0x003C # LESS-THAN SIGN, right-left <RL>+0x003D # EQUALS SIGN, right-left <RL>+0x003E # GREATER-THAN SIGN, right-left <RL>+0x003F # QUESTION MARK, right-left 0xF86A+0x05DC+0x05B9 # Hebrew ligature lamed holam <RL>+0x201E # DOUBLE LOW-9 QUOTATION MARK, right-left 0xF89B # Hebrew canoral 1 0xF89C # Hebrew canoral 2 0xF89D # Hebrew canoral 3 0xF89E # Hebrew canoral 4 0x05BC # HEBREW POINT DAGESH OR MAPIQ 0xFB4B # HEBREW LETTER VAV WITH HOLAM 0xFB35 # HEBREW LETTER VAV WITH DAGESH <RL>+0x2026 # HORIZONTAL ELLIPSIS, right-left <RL>+0x00A0 # NO-BREAK SPACE, right-left 0x05B8 # HEBREW POINT QAMATS 0x05B7 # HEBREW POINT PATAH

0xCD 0xCE 0xCF 0xD0 0xD1 0xD2 0xD3 0xD4 0xD5 0xD6 0xD7 0xD8 0xD9 0xDA 0xDB 0xDC 0xDD 0xDE 0xDF 0xE0 0xE1 0xE2 0xE3 0xE4 0xE5 0xE6 0xE7 0xE8 0xE9 0xEA 0xEB 0xEC 0xED 0xEE 0xEF 0xF0 0xF1 0xF2 0xF3 0xF4 0xF5 0xF6 0xF7 0xF8 0xF9 0xFA 0xFB 0xFC 0xFD 0xFE 0xFF

0x05B5 # HEBREW POINT TSERE 0x05B6 # HEBREW POINT SEGOL 0x05B4 # HEBREW POINT HIRIQ <RL>+0x2013 # EN DASH, right-left <RL>+0x2014 # EM DASH, right-left <RL>+0x201C # LEFT DOUBLE QUOTATION MARK, right-left <RL>+0x201D # RIGHT DOUBLE QUOTATION MARK, right-left <RL>+0x2018 # LEFT SINGLE QUOTATION MARK, right-left <RL>+0x2019 # RIGHT SINGLE QUOTATION MARK, right-left 0xFB2A # HEBREW LETTER SHIN WITH SHIN DOT 0xFB2B # HEBREW LETTER SHIN WITH SIN DOT 0x05BF # HEBREW POINT RAFE 0x05B0 # HEBREW POINT SHEVA 0x05B2 # HEBREW POINT HATAF PATAH 0x05B1 # HEBREW POINT HATAF SEGOL 0x05BB # HEBREW POINT QUBUTS 0x05B9 # HEBREW POINT HOLAM 0x05B8+0xF87F # HEBREW POINT QAMATS, alternate form "qamats qatan" 0x05B3 # HEBREW POINT HATAF QAMATS 0x05D0 # HEBREW LETTER ALEF 0x05D1 # HEBREW LETTER BET 0x05D2 # HEBREW LETTER GIMEL 0x05D3 # HEBREW LETTER DALET 0x05D4 # HEBREW LETTER HE 0x05D5 # HEBREW LETTER VAV 0x05D6 # HEBREW LETTER ZAYIN 0x05D7 # HEBREW LETTER HET 0x05D8 # HEBREW LETTER TET 0x05D9 # HEBREW LETTER YOD 0x05DA # HEBREW LETTER FINAL KAF 0x05DB # HEBREW LETTER KAF 0x05DC # HEBREW LETTER LAMED 0x05DD # HEBREW LETTER FINAL MEM 0x05DE # HEBREW LETTER MEM 0x05DF # HEBREW LETTER FINAL NUN 0x05E0 # HEBREW LETTER NUN 0x05E1 # HEBREW LETTER SAMEKH 0x05E2 # HEBREW LETTER AYIN 0x05E3 # HEBREW LETTER FINAL PE 0x05E4 # HEBREW LETTER PE 0x05E5 # HEBREW LETTER FINAL TSADI 0x05E6 # HEBREW LETTER TSADI 0x05E7 # HEBREW LETTER QOF 0x05E8 # HEBREW LETTER RESH 0x05E9 # HEBREW LETTER SHIN 0x05EA # HEBREW LETTER TAV <RL>+0x007D # RIGHT CURLY BRACKET, right-left <RL>+0x005D # RIGHT SQUARE BRACKET, right-left <RL>+0x007B # LEFT CURLY BRACKET, right-left <RL>+0x005B # LEFT SQUARE BRACKET, right-left <RL>+0x007C # VERTICAL LINE, right-left