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Josh Glover writes:

 > Are these actually in Unicode? I know I've seen Sindarin and Quenya
 > fonts, as well as Dwarvish runes, Black Speech, etc. back in the day,
 > but I think they just mapped to ASCII.

Actually, they were most likely GR in ISO 8859.

 > What about Klingon?

AFAIK the Unicode Consortium has not added any of these so far because
they do not have a national or international standard to back them up.
Awf'ly parochial of them, to not accept a GSO (Galactic Standards
Organization) certification.

What you can do is map them into private space.  I'm fairly sure
that's how it's done in the Linux kernel.

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