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The number of code points in a block varies. Some, such as the block named {{code|Syriac Supplement}}, have just 16 code points, and some others, such as the block named {{code|CJK Unified Ideographs Extension B}} with a cardinality of 43720, have thousands of code points.
Every assigned code point belongs to some block, but there are blocks which contain unassigned code points too; for example, the block named {{code|Telugu}} contains the unassigned code point 0C50. Lastly, there are some code points, necessarily unassigned, which do not belong to any block; the code point 0870 is one such. Thus, the union of all the blocks is a proper subset of the Unicode code space.
== ConTeXt names of Unicode blocks ==


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