Re: traditional vs simplified chinese

From: Paul Hastings (
Date: Thu Feb 13 2003 - 13:16:55 EST

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    > Please notice that the classification you want is not always meaningful.
    > E.g., what if the incoming text is in Spanish? Would you classify it as
    > traditional or simplified Chinese?...

    as spanish i guess. the website will deliver chinese content & with some
    browser locale checking should be ok for the most part.

    > Any Unicode character, falls in one of these four categories:

    thanks for the breakdown.

    > Anyway, I don't see how this information could be of any use for any
    > purpose...

    well the site owners seem to have found a use ;-)

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