On Sun, 18 Aug 2002, Zhang Weiwu wrote:
> This mail message is in UTF-8, as the mail header indicated.
> I'm sorry to post a similar question again. Last time when I
> questioned about ideograph look-up someone gave me a link to something
> like "CJK indexer". Would this kind man give me the link again? I
> forgot it. Is there any website keeps old unicode mailing-list
> archives so that I can search?
http://www.unicode.org/mail-arch/ , and unofficially,
http://groups.yahoo.com/group/unicode/messages/ . The latter seems to
only go back to January 2000, and doesn't seem to always be complete.
> This time I'm looking for a ideograph with 角 on the left and 羊 on
> the right. It is read 'xiè' in Pinyin. This character doesn't seem
> exist in CJK and CJK Ext A.
Are you sure you don't mean yang2 'sheep' (U+7F8A) on the left and jiao3
'horn' (U+89D2)? I can find that at U+26388, and one of its reading sis
in fact xie4 'griffon'--perhaps a more common form is U+736C (the other
reading of U+26388 is xiang2; meaning not listed).
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