RE: What is "Unicode" in Chinese?

Date: Tue Jul 25 2000 - 11:25:43 EDT

Sorry for all those who are seeing the mystery above here ^ but this mail
really required UTF-8.

Joseph Becker wrote:
> It seems that Chinese is the only major language in which the
> term "Unicode"
> needs to be translated rather than transliterated. [...]
> We have collected these candidates so far:
> [...]
> 統一碼 tongyi ma unified/unification code

This one seems to be blessed by officiality. See:
(Both from

But what about this naive one?

        世界碼 shi jie ma world code


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