At 03:58 97-01-10 -0500, Martin J. Duerst wrote:
>It should also be noted that while the Radical-and-stroke-count ordering
>is widely accepted and useful, there exist many other orderings, some
>of which need additional, context-dependent information. Also, for
>some characters, the question of which part is the radical, and how
>many strokes are used in the rest of the character, is answered
>differently by different dictionaries. So the importance of the
>ordering as used in the standards should not be overweighted; good
>applications will provide various ways to search and sort CJKV text.
Of course. I was talking about the default agreed by CJKSV, which is the
only solution for an international default.
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