Frank Tang asked:
> To people who have the privilege and received the Unicode 3.0 Final
> Charts (Draft C) Printed 19-May-1999
> What are those "JIS X0208" charts list in the end of that printout ?
> [Page 517-551] They do not looks like Han charcter encoded in Unicode to
> me. Neither looks like JIS X0208.
It is a Shift-JIS index to the Unihan tables, printed using a
commercial Japanese font.
They *are* the Han characters encoded in Unicode, and they *are*
printed in JIS X 0208 order, with Shift-JIS values.
Compare the charts for Code Page 932 in Nadine Kano's book, which are
comparable, but which include the Microsoft extensions to JIS X 0208.
*grumbles* I guess this just shows there is no pleasing everybody.
> Frank Tang
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