John Jenkins wrote:
> On Thursday, January 25, 2001, at 03:14 AM, Pierpaolo BERNARDI wrote:
> > I was talking about the index for the hanzi's ordered by radical+strokes
> > which can be found at the end of the book, since I wanted to check
> > whether
> > high numbered elements were there. I know the look and pronunciations of
> > these characters, but don't know any code (in whatsoever charset).
> Don't forget the online Unihan database,
> <http://www.unicode.org/charts/unihan.html>. Even if its radical-stroke
> lookup should prove inadequate, it lets you get at the blocks which are
> (very nearly) in radical-stroke order in any event within each of the
> two blocks.
Also, don't forget <http://www.wenlin.com>. It has the 3.0 hanzi, and
various indices and transformations. If you haven't looked at the
program, check out the demo, by all means.
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