RE: (off-topic and rambling) Subset of Unicode to represent Japanese Kanji?

Date: Mon Jul 17 2000 - 08:37:48 EDT


>> Actually, we're off making wild assumptions about the nature of
>> problems with no data to work with...

Sorry about that... it was not my intention to keep you in the dark. =)

The project I'm working on must support Japanese, but in a very limited way
-- most of the time only a "label" of some sort (date, time, a department,
someone's name, etc). I must decide what minimal subset of Unicode will be
needed to "adequately" support several languages, one of which of course,
is Japanese. The meaning of "adequate" in my situation is somewhat fuzzy.

I want to thank everyone who has contributed to this thread and provided
explanation and insight!


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