From: Rick Cameron (Rick.Cameron@businessobjects.com)
Date: Thu Apr 01 2004 - 19:26:11 EST
> From: John Jenkins
> On Apr 1, 2004, at 3:41 PM, Rick Cameron wrote:
> > It appears that Unihan.txt does not include mappings to
> Shift-JIS, and
> > that the only file on unicode.org that contains mappings between
> > Shift-JIS and Unicode is in the 'obsolete' section.
> Unihan.txt *does* include mappings between Shift-JIS and
> Unihan for the ideographic portions of Unicode. It always
> has. You may have to convert the kJis0 field to a form you're
> used to, but it's there.
> John H. Jenkins
Could you please point me to information on the relationship between JIS X
0208-1990 (as represented by the kJis0 field in Unihan.txt) and Shift-JIS?
From looking at Unihan.txt and CP932.txt (from the Microsoft vendor
directory on unicode.org) I don't see an obvious relationship.
U+4E00 -> 1676 (kJis0) and 0x88EA (cp932)
U+4E01 -> 3590 (kJis0) and 0x929A (cp932)
- rick cameron
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