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This page describes a set of tests included in version 1.04 of the GEDCOM file assess.ged (download - view). Details change between versions.

Area Summary

People with the surname "Encoding" have GEDCOM records that determine the character encoding capabilities of the target application.

These test use an OCCU tag. Many applications load the occupation text to a prominent location so using an OCCU makes it easy to review the results. The occupation text starts with the character and includes the Unicode code point and the character name.

If a character is not displayed as expected, the target application may not support the character, or its user interface may be using a font that does not support the problem character.

01-Character U+20AC

This test determines if the target application recognizes the character (U+20AC), which is the Unicode character named "EURO SIGN". Applications that do not handle the UTF-8 encoding properly may not display the expected character.

Test Result Criteria

  1. If a target application displays the occupation text (or description) as follows, set the test result to "Supported":

    € (U+20AC) EURO SIGN

  2. For any other outcome, set the test result to "Imported Incorrectly" and describe the outcome in the comment.

GEDCOM Records for @I68@

1 OCCU € (U+20AC) EURO SIGN

02-Character U+201A

This test determines if the target application recognizes the character (U+201A), which is the Unicode character named "SINGLE LOW-9 QUOTATION MARK". Applications that do not handle the UTF-8 encoding properly may not display the expected character.

Test Result Criteria

  1. If a target application displays the occupation text (or description) as follows, set the test result to "Supported":

    ‚ (U+201A) SINGLE LOW-9 QUOTATION MARK

  2. For any other outcome, set the test result to "Imported Incorrectly" and describe the outcome in the comment.

GEDCOM Records for @I69@

1 OCCU ‚ (U+201A) SINGLE LOW-9 QUOTATION MARK

03-Character U+0192

This test determines if the target application recognizes the ƒ character (U+0192), which is the Unicode character named "LATIN SMALL LETTER F WITH HOOK". Applications that do not handle the UTF-8 encoding properly may not display the expected character.

Test Result Criteria

  1. If a target application displays the occupation text (or description) as follows, set the test result to "Supported":

    ƒ (U+0192) LATIN SMALL LETTER F WITH HOOK

  2. For any other outcome, set the test result to "Imported Incorrectly" and describe the outcome in the comment.

GEDCOM Records for @I70@

1 OCCU ƒ (U+0192) LATIN SMALL LETTER F WITH HOOK

04-Character U+201E

This test determines if the target application recognizes the character (U+201E), which is the Unicode character named "DOUBLE LOW-9 QUOTATION MARK". Applications that do not handle the UTF-8 encoding properly may not display the expected character.

Test Result Criteria

  1. If a target application displays the occupation text (or description) as follows, set the test result to "Supported":

    „ (U+201E) DOUBLE LOW-9 QUOTATION MARK

  2. For any other outcome, set the test result to "Imported Incorrectly" and describe the outcome in the comment.

GEDCOM Records for @I71@

1 OCCU „ (U+201E) DOUBLE LOW-9 QUOTATION MARK

05-Character U+2026

This test determines if the target application recognizes the character (U+2026), which is the Unicode character named "HORIZONTAL ELLIPSIS". Applications that do not handle the UTF-8 encoding properly may not display the expected character.

Test Result Criteria

  1. If a target application displays the occupation text (or description) as follows, set the test result to "Supported":

    … (U+2026) HORIZONTAL ELLIPSIS

  2. For any other outcome, set the test result to "Imported Incorrectly" and describe the outcome in the comment.

GEDCOM Records for @I72@

1 OCCU … (U+2026) HORIZONTAL ELLIPSIS

06-Character U+2020

This test determines if the target application recognizes the character (U+2020), which is the Unicode character named "DAGGER". Applications that do not handle the UTF-8 encoding properly may not display the expected character.

Test Result Criteria

  1. If a target application displays the occupation text (or description) as follows, set the test result to "Supported":

    † (U+2020) DAGGER

  2. For any other outcome, set the test result to "Imported Incorrectly" and describe the outcome in the comment.

GEDCOM Records for @I73@

1 OCCU † (U+2020) DAGGER

07-Character U+2021

This test determines if the target application recognizes the character (U+2021), which is the Unicode character named "DOUBLE DAGGER". Applications that do not handle the UTF-8 encoding properly may not display the expected character.

Test Result Criteria

  1. If a target application displays the occupation text (or description) as follows, set the test result to "Supported":

    ‡ (U+2021) DOUBLE DAGGER

  2. For any other outcome, set the test result to "Imported Incorrectly" and describe the outcome in the comment.

GEDCOM Records for @I74@

1 OCCU ‡ (U+2021) DOUBLE DAGGER

08-Character U+02C6

This test determines if the target application recognizes the ˆ character (U+02C6), which is the Unicode character named "MODIFIER LETTER CIRCUMFLEX ACCENT". Applications that do not handle the UTF-8 encoding properly may not display the expected character.

Test Result Criteria

  1. If a target application displays the occupation text (or description) as follows, set the test result to "Supported":

    ˆ (U+02C6) MODIFIER LETTER CIRCUMFLEX ACCENT

  2. For any other outcome, set the test result to "Imported Incorrectly" and describe the outcome in the comment.

GEDCOM Records for @I75@

1 OCCU ˆ (U+02C6) MODIFIER LETTER CIRCUMFLEX ACCENT

09-Character U+2030

This test determines if the target application recognizes the character (U+2030), which is the Unicode character named "PER MILLE SIGN". Applications that do not handle the UTF-8 encoding properly may not display the expected character.

Test Result Criteria

  1. If a target application displays the occupation text (or description) as follows, set the test result to "Supported":

    ‰ (U+2030) PER MILLE SIGN

  2. For any other outcome, set the test result to "Imported Incorrectly" and describe the outcome in the comment.

GEDCOM Records for @I76@

1 OCCU ‰ (U+2030) PER MILLE SIGN

10-Character U+0160

This test determines if the target application recognizes the Š character (U+0160), which is the Unicode character named "LATIN CAPITAL LETTER S WITH CARON". Applications that do not handle the UTF-8 encoding properly may not display the expected character.

Test Result Criteria

  1. If a target application displays the occupation text (or description) as follows, set the test result to "Supported":

    Š (U+0160) LATIN CAPITAL LETTER S WITH CARON

  2. For any other outcome, set the test result to "Imported Incorrectly" and describe the outcome in the comment.

GEDCOM Records for @I77@

1 OCCU Š (U+0160) LATIN CAPITAL LETTER S WITH CARON

11-Character U+2039

This test determines if the target application recognizes the character (U+2039), which is the Unicode character named "SINGLE LEFT-POINTING ANGLE QUOTATION MARK". Applications that do not handle the UTF-8 encoding properly may not display the expected character.

Test Result Criteria

  1. If a target application displays the occupation text (or description) as follows, set the test result to "Supported":

    ‹ (U+2039) SINGLE LEFT-POINTING ANGLE QUOTATION MARK

  2. For any other outcome, set the test result to "Imported Incorrectly" and describe the outcome in the comment.

GEDCOM Records for @I78@

1 OCCU ‹ (U+2039) SINGLE LEFT-POINTING ANGLE QUOTATION MARK

12-Character U+0152

This test determines if the target application recognizes the Πcharacter (U+0152), which is the Unicode character named "LATIN CAPITAL LIGATURE OE". Applications that do not handle the UTF-8 encoding properly may not display the expected character.

Test Result Criteria

  1. If a target application displays the occupation text (or description) as follows, set the test result to "Supported":

    Π(U+0152) LATIN CAPITAL LIGATURE OE

  2. For any other outcome, set the test result to "Imported Incorrectly" and describe the outcome in the comment.

GEDCOM Records for @I79@

1 OCCU Π(U+0152) LATIN CAPITAL LIGATURE OE

13-Character U+017D

This test determines if the target application recognizes the Ž character (U+017D), which is the Unicode character named "LATIN CAPITAL LETTER Z WITH CARON". Applications that do not handle the UTF-8 encoding properly may not display the expected character.

Test Result Criteria

  1. If a target application displays the occupation text (or description) as follows, set the test result to "Supported":

    Ž (U+017D) LATIN CAPITAL LETTER Z WITH CARON

  2. For any other outcome, set the test result to "Imported Incorrectly" and describe the outcome in the comment.

GEDCOM Records for @I80@

1 OCCU Ž (U+017D) LATIN CAPITAL LETTER Z WITH CARON

14-Character U+2018

This test determines if the target application recognizes the character (U+2018), which is the Unicode character named "LEFT SINGLE QUOTATION MARK". Applications that do not handle the UTF-8 encoding properly may not display the expected character.

Test Result Criteria

  1. If a target application displays the occupation text (or description) as follows, set the test result to "Supported":

    ‘ (U+2018) LEFT SINGLE QUOTATION MARK

  2. For any other outcome, set the test result to "Imported Incorrectly" and describe the outcome in the comment.

GEDCOM Records for @I81@

1 OCCU ‘ (U+2018) LEFT SINGLE QUOTATION MARK

15-Character U+2019

This test determines if the target application recognizes the character (U+2019), which is the Unicode character named "RIGHT SINGLE QUOTATION MARK". Applications that do not handle the UTF-8 encoding properly may not display the expected character.

Test Result Criteria

  1. If a target application displays the occupation text (or description) as follows, set the test result to "Supported":

    ’ (U+2019) RIGHT SINGLE QUOTATION MARK

  2. For any other outcome, set the test result to "Imported Incorrectly" and describe the outcome in the comment.

GEDCOM Records for @I82@

1 OCCU ’ (U+2019) RIGHT SINGLE QUOTATION MARK

16-Character U+201C

This test determines if the target application recognizes the character (U+201C), which is the Unicode character named "LEFT DOUBLE QUOTATION MARK". Applications that do not handle the UTF-8 encoding properly may not display the expected character.

Test Result Criteria

  1. If a target application displays the occupation text (or description) as follows, set the test result to "Supported":

    “ (U+201C) LEFT DOUBLE QUOTATION MARK

  2. For any other outcome, set the test result to "Imported Incorrectly" and describe the outcome in the comment.

GEDCOM Records for @I83@

1 OCCU “ (U+201C) LEFT DOUBLE QUOTATION MARK

17-Character U+201D

This test determines if the target application recognizes the character (U+201D), which is the Unicode character named "RIGHT DOUBLE QUOTATION MARK". Applications that do not handle the UTF-8 encoding properly may not display the expected character.

Test Result Criteria

  1. If a target application displays the occupation text (or description) as follows, set the test result to "Supported":

    ” (U+201D) RIGHT DOUBLE QUOTATION MARK

  2. For any other outcome, set the test result to "Imported Incorrectly" and describe the outcome in the comment.

GEDCOM Records for @I84@

1 OCCU ” (U+201D) RIGHT DOUBLE QUOTATION MARK

18-Character U+2022

This test determines if the target application recognizes the character (U+2022), which is the Unicode character named "BULLET". Applications that do not handle the UTF-8 encoding properly may not display the expected character.

Test Result Criteria

  1. If a target application displays the occupation text (or description) as follows, set the test result to "Supported":

    • (U+2022) BULLET

  2. For any other outcome, set the test result to "Imported Incorrectly" and describe the outcome in the comment.

GEDCOM Records for @I85@

1 OCCU • (U+2022) BULLET

19-Character U+2013

This test determines if the target application recognizes the character (U+2013), which is the Unicode character named "EN DASH". Applications that do not handle the UTF-8 encoding properly may not display the expected character.

Test Result Criteria

  1. If a target application displays the occupation text (or description) as follows, set the test result to "Supported":

    – (U+2013) EN DASH

  2. For any other outcome, set the test result to "Imported Incorrectly" and describe the outcome in the comment.

GEDCOM Records for @I86@

1 OCCU – (U+2013) EN DASH

20-Character U+2014

This test determines if the target application recognizes the character (U+2014), which is the Unicode character named "EM DASH". Applications that do not handle the UTF-8 encoding properly may not display the expected character.

Test Result Criteria

  1. If a target application displays the occupation text (or description) as follows, set the test result to "Supported":

    — (U+2014) EM DASH

  2. For any other outcome, set the test result to "Imported Incorrectly" and describe the outcome in the comment.

GEDCOM Records for @I87@

1 OCCU — (U+2014) EM DASH

21-Character U+02DC

This test determines if the target application recognizes the ˜ character (U+02DC), which is the Unicode character named "SMALL TILDE". Applications that do not handle the UTF-8 encoding properly may not display the expected character.

Test Result Criteria

  1. If a target application displays the occupation text (or description) as follows, set the test result to "Supported":

    ˜ (U+02DC) SMALL TILDE

  2. For any other outcome, set the test result to "Imported Incorrectly" and describe the outcome in the comment.

GEDCOM Records for @I88@

1 OCCU ˜ (U+02DC) SMALL TILDE

22-Character U+2122

This test determines if the target application recognizes the character (U+2122), which is the Unicode character named "TRADE MARK SIGN". Applications that do not handle the UTF-8 encoding properly may not display the expected character.

Test Result Criteria

  1. If a target application displays the occupation text (or description) as follows, set the test result to "Supported":

    ™ (U+2122) TRADE MARK SIGN

  2. For any other outcome, set the test result to "Imported Incorrectly" and describe the outcome in the comment.

GEDCOM Records for @I89@

1 OCCU ™ (U+2122) TRADE MARK SIGN

23-Character U+0161

This test determines if the target application recognizes the š character (U+0161), which is the Unicode character named "LATIN SMALL LETTER S WITH CARON". Applications that do not handle the UTF-8 encoding properly may not display the expected character.

Test Result Criteria

  1. If a target application displays the occupation text (or description) as follows, set the test result to "Supported":

    š (U+0161) LATIN SMALL LETTER S WITH CARON

  2. For any other outcome, set the test result to "Imported Incorrectly" and describe the outcome in the comment.

GEDCOM Records for @I90@

1 OCCU š (U+0161) LATIN SMALL LETTER S WITH CARON

24-Character U+203A

This test determines if the target application recognizes the character (U+203A), which is the Unicode character named "SINGLE RIGHT-POINTING ANGLE QUOTATION MARK". Applications that do not handle the UTF-8 encoding properly may not display the expected character.

Test Result Criteria

  1. If a target application displays the occupation text (or description) as follows, set the test result to "Supported":

    › (U+203A) SINGLE RIGHT-POINTING ANGLE QUOTATION MARK

  2. For any other outcome, set the test result to "Imported Incorrectly" and describe the outcome in the comment.

GEDCOM Records for @I91@

1 OCCU › (U+203A) SINGLE RIGHT-POINTING ANGLE QUOTATION MARK

25-Character U+0153

This test determines if the target application recognizes the œ character (U+0153), which is the Unicode character named "LATIN SMALL LIGATURE OE". Applications that do not handle the UTF-8 encoding properly may not display the expected character.

Test Result Criteria

  1. If a target application displays the occupation text (or description) as follows, set the test result to "Supported":

    œ (U+0153) LATIN SMALL LIGATURE OE

  2. For any other outcome, set the test result to "Imported Incorrectly" and describe the outcome in the comment.

GEDCOM Records for @I92@

1 OCCU œ (U+0153) LATIN SMALL LIGATURE OE

26-Character U+017E

This test determines if the target application recognizes the ž character (U+017E), which is the Unicode character named "LATIN SMALL LETTER Z WITH CARON". Applications that do not handle the UTF-8 encoding properly may not display the expected character.

Test Result Criteria

  1. If a target application displays the occupation text (or description) as follows, set the test result to "Supported":

    ž (U+017E) LATIN SMALL LETTER Z WITH CARON

  2. For any other outcome, set the test result to "Imported Incorrectly" and describe the outcome in the comment.

GEDCOM Records for @I93@

1 OCCU ž (U+017E) LATIN SMALL LETTER Z WITH CARON

27-Character U+0178

This test determines if the target application recognizes the Ÿ character (U+0178), which is the Unicode character named "LATIN CAPITAL LETTER Y WITH DIAERESIS". Applications that do not handle the UTF-8 encoding properly may not display the expected character.

Test Result Criteria

  1. If a target application displays the occupation text (or description) as follows, set the test result to "Supported":

    Ÿ (U+0178) LATIN CAPITAL LETTER Y WITH DIAERESIS

  2. For any other outcome, set the test result to "Imported Incorrectly" and describe the outcome in the comment.

GEDCOM Records for @I94@

1 OCCU Ÿ (U+0178) LATIN CAPITAL LETTER Y WITH DIAERESIS
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