From: Magda Danish \(Unicode\) (email@example.com)
Date: Fri Oct 10 2003 - 15:48:58 CST
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> Date/Time: Thu Oct 9 10:20:19 EDT 2003
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> Hi at all,
> i have a little question:
> Characters in the unicode range U+4E00 and U+9FFF are Unified
> Ideographs for
> CJK languages. This means that all characters are togheter
> for Chinense,
> Japanese and Korean languages? If i take a charcters for,
> example U+4E01,
> this is a valid character for all three languages?
> My problem is to recognize from the 32 bit value of unicode
> character if this
> is a chinese character or korean or japanese. How can do this?
> I develop international application under win98, win200 with
> Visual Studio 6.0
> thanks a lot.
> Roberto (ITALY)
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