I have Korean Windows 95 and NT 4.0 running, and they are not Unicode.
Windows 95 supports KSC 5601-1987; NT 4.0 supports Codepage 949 (UHC).
This creates the interesting problem that a document created with MS
Office 97 on NT 4 can contain characters that will not display properly
on Windows 95 running Office 97.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Seong-Woong Kim [SMTP:firstname.lastname@example.org]
> Sent: Wednesday, December 03, 1997 7:46 PM
> To: Multiple Recipients of
> Subject: Re: Understanding the Hangul mapping tables
> Tim Greenwood wrote
> > Column 3 from the Hangul file matches column 1 from the Ksc5601
> file - this
> > is reasonable since they are both labeled 'Unified Hangul'. How does
> > relate to the Column 4 Johab, which is labeled as KSC5601-1992 ?
> > Ken Lunde's book describes the byte range for Ksc5601-1992 as A1-FE
> for both
> > bytes. The range in the Unified Hangul tables is 81-FD for byte 1
> and 41-FF
> > for byte 2.
> > How does it all fit together? What are the actual codes that a
> > browser will emit ?
> Korean Standard KS C 5601 - 1987 only included Wansung Hangul.
> In 1992 Korean govenment revised it to KS C 5601 - 1992.
> KS C 5601 - 1992 newly included Johab Hangul as Annex 3.
> As we know, Unifiled Hangul was from Microsoft. It is MS's own
> extention including Wansung Hangul that enables us to use
> 11,172 Hangul characters.
> So, Ken's information is right partly.
> The byte range for KS C 5601 - 1992 - Wansung is A1-FE for both bytes.
> But the byte range for KS C 5601 - 1992 Annex 3 - Johab is
> First byte range Second byte range
> Hangul: 84h - D3h 41h-7Eh, 81h-FEh
> User-defined area: D8h 31h-7Eh, 91h-FEh
> Etc.: D9h-DEh 31h-7Eh, 91h-FEh
> Hanja: E0h-F9h 31h-7Eh, 91H-FEh
> Wansung Hangul and Johab Hangul are different.
> They have same characters(Hangul, Hanja, Etc.) on different
> code points.
> As I know, Korean Windows 95, NT is based of Unicode, and
> implement Unified Hangul including Wansung Hangul on top of it,
> Seong-Woong Kim (Daniel Kim)
> Computer Science graduate student
> Parallel Programming Languages and Systems Laboratory
> Computer Science Sogang University Seoul, Korea
> To know God and to make Him known... - Worshiping Warrior
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