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This article uses some basic terms, such as ''character'', ''code point'', and ''assigned code point'', from the Unicode Standard<ref name="Unicode">The Unicode Consortium, ''The Unicode Standard'', Version 10.0.0, The Unicode Consortium, Mountain View, CA, USA, 2016,, Retrieved 2017-11-03.</ref>. For brief descriptions of these terms, see the Unicode glossary<ref name="Unicode-glossary">The Unicode Consortium, ''Glossary'',, Retrieved 2017-11-03.</ref>.
As mentioned in the section entitled [[#Unicode blocks|Unicode blocks]] above, the canonical source for Unicode blocks is the file ''Blocks.txt''<ref name="Blocks"/> in the Unicode Character Database. The main properties of blocks are described in the Unicode Standard<ref name="Unicode"/> (Section 3.4, paragraph D10b). On the other hand, as mentioned in the section entitled [[#ConTeXt names of Unicode blocks|ConTeXt names of Unicode blocks]] above, the ConTeXt names of Unicode blocks are defined in the source file {{src|char-ini.lua}}.
As mentioned in the section entitled [[#The list of blocks|The list of blocks]] above, the article [[List of Unicode blocks]] contains a table of Unicode blocks, their ConTeXt names, and links to more information about them. See also the manual page of the command {{cmd|definefontfallback}}, for more information on the ConTeXt names of blocks, and their usage.
The verses in the section entitled [[#An example usage of Unicode blocks in ConTeXt|An example usage of Unicode blocks in ConTeXt]] above are from the Wikipedia article on the poem ''Jabberwocky''<ref>Wikipedia contributors, ''Jabberwocky'', Wikipedia: The Free Encyclopaedia, 2017-11-03, 07:58 UTC,, Retrieved 2017-11-03.</ref> by Lewis Carroll.
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