From: Stefan Persson (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Mon May 10 2004 - 16:07:41 CDT
Mike Ayers wrote:
> I have not seen
> katakana joined to kanji (or romaji), and suspect that such does not occur.
There are a few cases, e.g. ソ連 (So-Ren: Soviet Union), but that could
also be written as two kanji as 蘇連 (which is however very rare in
> I believe, but am not certain, that nonbreaking
> kanji-to-hiragana is correct, whereas you can break on kanji-to-katakana.
In Japanese you can put a line break between *any* characer, except
before punctuation & end quote or after start quote.
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