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2015-06-29 8:02 GMT-05:00 Serg Bormant <>:
Some of them has comments for high range too
but some has not [...]
These comments have no codepoint numbers, so we have no chance to find
corresponding image in Unicode reference without mistakes.

Yes, you have a chance. Just use a search engine such as Google or
Yandex, search for the Unicode character names that appear in the
string comment (such as MUSICAL_SYMBOL_DOUBLE_SHARP ), and the search
engine will show you the emoji in question (there are websites such as
“Emojipedia” that will tell you the codepoint and other data).


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