>From: KITABAYASHI Yasushi <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>Subject: Re: Hexadecimal characters.
>Date: Sat, 22 Jun 2002 23:59:50 +0900
> >From: <email@example.com>
> >I wonder: why not $B!;0lFs;0;M8^O;<7H,6e9C25J:CzJj8J(B?
>There is no way with KO for A in hexadecimal; we must use JU, which
>means 'ten', simply because this is the rule in the Japanese language.
>Be sure to make clear the borders between rules in ordering system
>of characters for each scripts; you'd better know there is no
>symmetry between 'ABC...' and 'KO OTSU HEI...'.
So it is impossible to write base-16 numbers in kanji? Or would you just
need to create a new convention?
Oh! Now I understand your e-mail address!! "Kitabayashi" was too long, so
you just used on-yomi for your name!
$BM'C#$H$N%A%c%C%H%D!<%k(B MSN $B%a%C%;%s%8%c!<$N%@%&%s%m!<%I$O$3$A$i(B
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