Re: CJK U+3ADA and U+66F6

Date: Thu Apr 08 2004 - 17:58:14 EDT

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    Asmus Freytag wrote,

    > this is the kind of thing that you should report via
    > our error reporting form. Here on the open list, it's
    > liable to get lost (no-one owns excerpting issues from
    > this forum).

    Before reporting it through proper channels, I wanted to try
    to find out which kind of error it is. It could either be
    a bad glyph in the font(s) or a truly duplicated character.

    Radicals 72 and 73 are similar in appearance, but the central
    horizontal line in Rad. 73 doesn't meet the vertical line on
    the right. But, when radical 73 is used as a component of
    other characters, it often looks just like radical 72. So,
    I'm not sure whether there are two separate characters with
    the same top component (U+52FF 勿) over two different radicals,
    or just a duplication.

    Best regards,

    James Kass

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