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       unihexfill - Generate range of Unifont 4- or 6-digit hexadecimal glyphs


       unihexfill < unassigned-ranges.txt > filler-glyphs.hex


       unihexfill  is  a  shell  script  that  reads  a  list of code point ranges from STDIN and
       produces filler glyphs of 4- or 6-digit code points on STDOUT.

       The format of the input file is a combination of comment lines, single code  points  on  a
       line,  and  start/stop pairs of code points on a line separated by a space.  Comment lines
       start with a semicolon (';') by convention.  Start and stop code  points  are  strings  of
       hexadecimal digits, by convention either four or six digits.

       unihexfill  invokes unihexgen for each non-comment line in its input file.  If a codepoint
       is less than or equal to "FFFF" (i.e., 0xFFFF), a four-digit hexadecimal number is encoded
       within  the  corresponding  Unifont glyph as two digits on each of two rows.  Otherwise, a
       six-digit hexadecimal number is encoded as three digits on each of two rows.


       There are no options.


       *.txt as input; *.hex as output.


       In the Unifont source package, the file font/plane01/Makefile generates  Unicode  Plane  1
       hexadecimal  filler  glyphs  of  unassigned  code points within assigned scripts with this
       single-line command:

              ../../bin/unihexfill < unassigned-ranges.txt > unassigned.hex


       bdfimplode(1),   hex2bdf(1),   hex2sfd(1),   hexbraille(1),    hexdraw(1),    hexkinya(1),
       hexmerge(1),   johab2ucs2(1),  unibdf2hex(1),  unibmp2hex(1),  unicoverage(1),  unidup(1),
       unifont(5),   unifont-viewer(1),   unifont1per(1),    unifontchojung(1),    unifontksx(1),
       unifontpic(1),    unigencircles(1),    unigenwidth(1),    unihex2bmp(1),    unihex2png(1),
       unihexgen(1), unipagecount(1), unipng2hex(1)


       unihexfill was written by Paul Hardy.


       unihexfill is Copyright © 2014 Paul Hardy.

       This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of
       the  GNU  General  Public  License  as  published  by the Free Software Foundation; either
       version 2 of the License, or (at your option) any later version.


       No known real bugs exist, except that this  software  does  not  perform  extensive  error
       checking  on  its  input file.  Any line that appears to begin with a hexadecimal digit is
       fed to unihexgen.

                                           2014 Jun 30                              UNIHEXFILL(1)