Basic Multilingual Plane
(BMP) The first plane defined in Unicode/ISO 10646, designed to include all scripts in active modern use. The BMP currently includes the Latin, Greek, Cyrillic, Devangari, hiragana, katakana, and Cherokee scripts, among others, and a large body of mathematical, APL-related, and other miscellaneous characters. Most of the Han ideographs in current use are present in the BMP, but due to the large number of ideographs, many were placed in the Supplementary Ideographic Plane.Unicode home.
Last updated: 2002-03-19
Basic Language for Implementation of System Software ♦ Basic Multilingual Plane ♦ Basic Object Adapter
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