At 11:00 AM 6/28/00 -0800, email@example.com wrote:
>How do I look up a han character if I don't know its codepoint? What if all I
>have is its shape, or its EUC-JP or Shift-JIS number? There are a couple I
>want to see.
If you know the characters you are looking for in their Japanese (Kanji)
form, you might find the new _Kanji Learners Dictionary_ useful. This is
edited by Jack Halpern and published by, I think, Kodayashi. It has several
methods of looking up characters by stroke count, radical, etc., and has
the great benefit of providing the Unicode codepoint for each entry.
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