The OMUNICODE library is based on Unicode Character Database. It provides functions that examine various Unicode character properties.
The functions in the OMUNICODE library work on individual character code points, which are independent of
character encoding. You will probably need to convert a character from its input encoding to its code point before
you can examine its properties. If your input is UTF-8 encoded, you can
utf8.code-point for that purpose.
To use OMUNICODE, you must import it into your program using an import declaration such as:
import "omunicode.xmd" prefixed by unicode.
The following example outputs the code block of every input character, assuming that the input given to the
program is UTF-8 encoded:
import "omunicode.xmd" prefixed by unicode. import "omutf8.xmd" prefixed by utf8. process repeat scan #main-input match utf8.char => character output "The Unicode block of '%g(character)' is " || unicode.block-name of utf8.code-point of character || "%n" again