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       unipagecount - Count the assigned code points in a GNU Unifont .hex file


       unipagecount [-ppagenum] [-h|-l]


       unipagecount  reads  a  GNU Unifont .hex file from STDIN and prints a 16 by 16 grid of the
       number of defined code points in each 256  character  block  within  a  Unicode  plane  to
       STDOUT.   Code points proceed from left to right, then top to bottom.  In all planes, code
       points U+*FFFE and U+*FFFF are not expected in the input hex file; they are  reserved  and
       always counted as being present in a plane.


       -Pplanenum  Select  a  Unicode  plane,  from  0  through 16, inclusive.  If not specified,
                   unipagecount defaults to Plane 0 (the Basic Multilingual Plane).

       -ppagenum   Just print information on one 256 code point "page"  rather  than  the  entire
                   Basic  Multilingual  Plane.   This prints a 16 by 16 table with an asterisk in
                   every code point that has an assigned glyph.

       -h          Print an HTML table with color-coded cell background colors instead of a plain
                   text table.

       -l          [The  letter  "l"]:  Print  hyperlinks  to font bitmaps in the HTML table.  To
                   create the bitmaps themselves, use the unihex2bmp program.   The  bitmaps  are
                   assumed to be in the directory "bmp/".


       *.hex GNU Unifont font files


       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),
       unihexfill(1), unihexgen(1), unipng2hex(1)


       unipagecount was written by Paul Hardy.


       unipagecount is Copyright © 2007, 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 files.  If they're not in the format of  the  original  GNU  Unifont
       .hex file, all bets are off.

                                           2007 Dec 31                            UNIPAGECOUNT(1)