CJK mappings

From: peter_constable@sil.org
Date: Fri Sep 03 1999 - 18:12:38 EDT

       I've got a problem to solve with punctuation characters for a
       Yi font. I need a centered, fat period, such as is commonly
       found in Chinese texts.

       I looked into the mapping tables on the Unicode 2 CD, and the
       GB2123 mapping has x2124 map to U+30FB, as you stated, but MS's
       cp936 mapping has xA1A4 (the equivalent) mapping to U+00B7.
       These two unicode characters differ in their EastAsianWidth
       properties. Should I assume U+30FB is to be preferred?


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