Hi, I have the following query, how can I put in an string an emogi that contains two or more codes in hexadecimal example
The flag of Spain x 0x1f1ea ox1f1e6 when it is of a single code is no problem any idea?
You're going to need to define what "didn't work for me" means. Is it not displaying the flag at all? If so then the font you're using may not support the Unicode characters you are trying to display (not all Unicode is universal).
which is a step in the right direction. I tried using the colour version of the same font, but Windows 7 says it doesn't recognise that font format.
I suspect you will find that support for Unicode country flag characters/glyphs is still currently sporadic, and if you write your app based on this feature, then you will have many users without flags.
So you are probably better to use regular graphics at the moment. Wikipedia country entries might be a source of flag images. Or wikidata.org eg Spain, Australia (search for: flag image). Or this post points to an alternative and probably easier-to-access source of flag images and other country info.
B4X CharSequence type includes support for images, looks like it will do what you want but not via the (theoretically universal works-everywhere) Unicode method that you mentioned in this thread's first post.