I'm looking for a pipeable command that will convert substrings in the form of ‘\unnnn’ to the actual characters. For example: $ echo 'co\u00ebfficient' | what_command coëfficient
For a while, I've been dealing with Chinese unicode text. Of course, the usual rules apply. I can grep for characters the same way I'd do so for words. This is very useful to me. But there's one ...
I am using following command to grep character set range for hexadecimal code 0900 (instead of अ) to 097F (instead of व). How I can use hexadecimal code in place of अ and व? bzcat archive.bz2 | grep ...