The Codepoints website provides information on all characters defined in the Unicode Standard. Unicode currently defines 110,181 code points which map characters that include basic Latin letters, dingbats, Egyptian hieroglyphs, and more. The Codepoints site is designed to make it easier to find a given code point by offering a variety of search options. If the user already has the character they're inquiring about, they can paste it in the search box and go directly to its page. Developers can access Codepoints' data remotely via REST API.
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