Why does this work:  <p id="emoji">&#x1f604;</p>   And this doesn't:  document.getElementById("emoji").innerHTML = String.fromCharCode(parseInt('1f604', 16));...
I need help for how to detect if an input contains a Japanese emoji/emoticon.  Currently my character set is charset=utf-8. On inputting text, the user can enter Japanese characters/alpanumerics/symbols but if they insert an emoji, onsubmit JavaScrip...
I am trying to create a POST with an emoji to my Express endpoint:  curl --data '{"x": 10, "y":10, "z":10, "message": "????", "userToken": "Marine"}' --header "Content-Type:applicati...
I want to validate the name when a new user signs up at my page. One of those checks is if the character limit isn't above 100.  But since one single emoji like ????????????????? (those are actually 4 emoji together? see screenshot) count much mo...
I'm building a site that uses a lot of emojis. Kind of like the one's you're used to seeing when texting, or on Instagram, Facebook, etc.  Examples: ???? ???? ????  Of course, not all of the emojis are supported by all the browsers out th...
I'm trying to parse an incoming string to determine whether it contains any non-emojis.  I've gone through this great article by Mathias and am leveraging both native punycode for the encoding / decoding and regenerate for the regex generatio...
For the project I'm working on I need to generate an image file from emoji (ideally Apple emoji). I thought it should be a fairly simple thing, but with each tool I use, I eventually run into a wall.  I've also considered working with an emoj...
We are working on a project where we want users to be able to use both emoji syntax (like :smile:, :heart:, :confused:,:stuck_out_tongue:) as well as normal emoticons (like :), <3, :/, :p)  I'm having trouble with the emoticon syntax because s...
What I'm trying to achieve is adding a text-shadow to an emoji with the text-shadow color being the most prominent color in the emoji.  I know there are JavaScript libraries that identify the most prominent color in images, but since the emoji is...
Is there any possible ways to generate all the emojis and append them in to a single select dropdown by using JavaScript? Or I have to type each of them manually?  <select>     <option>????</option>     <option>????</option...

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