Amp-what: A Unicode & HTML Entity Search Engine

May 9, 2014 - 8:17 am 1 by

Who doesn't love HTML Entities, unicode characters and the like? I ♥ them!

Well, now there is a search engine named Amp-what to help you search for your favorite entities.

For example, here are the search results for weather:

Amp-what

Amp-what lets you search 14,500 HTML character entities. This includes common Unicode characters, 8859-1 characters, quotation marks, punctuation marks, accented characters, symbols, mathematical symbols, and Greek letters, icons, and markup-significant & internationalization characters.

This is pretty awesome!

Matt Cutts commented about this in a Hacker News thread saying "Wow, cool. Works great for things like "sun" and "snow" and "smile."

Forum discussion at Hacker News.

 

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