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Update unicode/tables.go to reflect changes in the Unicode Standard up to
Unicode 15.0.0, released 13 Sept 2022.

In order to accommodate this update, strconv/isPrint has been updated to
reflect changes in printable characters.

Also changed is template/exec_test.go for both text and html packages- in
the test "TestJSEscaping", rune U+FDFF was used as a placeholder for an
unprintable character. This codepoint was assigned and made printable in
Unicode 14.0.0, breaking this test. It has been replaced with the assigned
and never-printable U+FFFE to fix the test and provide resiliency in the

This upgrade bypasses Unicode 14.0.0, but is compatible.

Updates #48621
Fixes #55079

Change-Id: I40efd097eb746db0727ebf7437280916d1242e47
GitHub-Last-Rev: c8885ca
GitHub-Pull-Request: #57265
Reviewed-by: Robert Griesemer <>
Run-TryBot: Rob Pike <>
TryBot-Result: Gopher Robot <>
Run-TryBot: Robert Griesemer <>
Reviewed-by: Cherry Mui <>
Reviewed-by: Rob Pike <>


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