Enter your Greek text and this app will convert it to Unicode. Unicode is primarily used online as a way of making sure that the characters display correctly (ie non-Roman words, accents etc).
Unicode is primarily used online as a way of making sure that the characters display correctly (ie non-Roman words, accents etc). It also has a more general use as a standard way of representing any character (letter, number or symbol) from any language in any computer. This can be useful for things such as sorting lists of words from different languages into alphabetical order. As long as the characters are stored in the same format, they will sort together regardless of what language they are from.
Unicode is also sometimes used in software to represent special characters that are not part of the standard ASCII character set. This can be useful for things such as representing non-standard characters (like Greek!)
While Unicode is a very powerful standard, it does have some limitations. One of these is that it does not define a standard way of representing words or phrases in different languages. This can make it difficult to search for Unicode text, as the same word or phrase may be represented in many different ways.
Another limitation is that some software does not support Unicode properly. This can lead to problems such as Greek text being displayed incorrectly, or text becoming garbled when it is copied from one software program to another.
Despite these limitations, Unicode is still the most widely used standard for representing text in computers. It is likely to continue to be used for many years to come, as it provides a flexible and powerful way of representing text.