Otfried Cheong scripsit:
> I believe the JIS standard actually prescribes the shapes of the
> glyphs for each character, and this is perhaps exactly the grief that
> Japanese have with Unicode. If you are used to think about a
> codepoint being associated with a well-defined shape, the lose view
> that Unicode takes seems rather careless.
Perhaps this is also related to Japanese people thinking of kanji as
coming from a fixed list, with extensibility provided by other means,
whereas Chinese people think of hanzi as infinitely extensible?
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