At 10:21 AM -0800 1/14/99, John Clews wrote:
>In relation to Unicode mapping (or not) it may be noted that an
>earlier _draft_ of part of Unicode included a table showing the CJK
>correspondences between Unicode and GB, CNS, JIS, KSC, _and_ EACC was
>included, which was not included in later published versions of UCS
>(ISO/IEC 10646 and Unicode).
I'm not sure what you mean here. The Unicode book still includes mappings
to EACC in the Han code charts. We haven't printed multi-glyph charts for
ages, but the on-line Unihan database still shows multiple glyphs,
including a lot of CCCII ones.
John H. Jenkins
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