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<p>The Case Charts provide charts of the characters in Unicode that differ from
at least one of their case forms (lower, title, upper, or fold).</p>
<p><i>To properly view these charts, your browser should be reasonably recent
so it handles Unicode and cascading style sheets, and you should install a
Unicode font and configure your browser to use it.</i></p>
<li>The index pages are ordered by the following:
<li>By script, unless the script is COMMON or INHERITED</li>
<li>By general category, in the latter two cases</li>
<li>If characters have a decomposition containing a cased character, but
do not have a case mapping (lower, title, upper, or fold), then they are
listed in NoCaseMapping.</li>
<li>Within each chart page, the code points are sorted by lowercased <a href="" target="_top">NFKD</a>,
to place related characters next to one another.</li>
<li>To help pick out cells visually, the more interesting ones have a light
blue background. The other cells have grayed-out text.
<li>The more interesting ones are:
<li><i>lower: </i>if different than the character</li>
<li><i>title: </i>if different than upper</li>
<li><i>upper: </i>if different than the character</li>
<li><i>fold: </i>if different than lower</li>
<li>If your browser supports tool-tops, then hovering your mouse over cells
will show the names of the characters.</li>
<li>For more information, see <a href="" target="_top">UAX
#21: Case Mappings</a>.</li>