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Felin computer character set
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This public article was written by Kawa, and last updated on 25 Jun 2016, 01:21. Editing of this article is shared with Felin Space Council.

[comments] [history] I'm not sorry about the pun.

Felin scholars work in base 16, so the computers they design share this trait. As such, that's one thing they have in common with human-designed systems. Another thing is that they have a concept of character encoding, which works as follows:

0123456789ABCDEF
0nullstartnextendbackbelltabline+purr-purr
1
2space.,!?>\«»+-×÷
30123456789ABCDEF
4aaeahaibchdeffhgrhhriyaie
5kkhlmmrnoprrhstthuvw
6():
7
8[surrogate pairs]
9
Aababebibobuchachechichochudadedidodu
Befhfhefhifhofhugragregrigrogruhahehihohu
Cikakekikokumamemimomunaneninonu
Dopapepipopurarerirorusasesisosu
Eutatetitotuwawewiwowunlongharsh
F[surrogate pairs]


So the first set is control codes, including two to denote subtext purr, then there's the modern Upperspeech set, and the Lowerspeech set. And then ofcourse there's the surrogate pairs, which must always appear in the right order; 8xFx. Anything else denotes a stream error.

Surrogate pairs
F0F1F2F3F4F5F6F7F8F9FAFBFCFDFEFF
80
81+Reserved for iconography and such...


Thus:
5340594D5Amarhis

80 F280 F280 F380 F380 F080 F180 F080 F1204440205A5B4A585B▲▲▼▼◀▶◀▶ BA start
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