From: Benjamin Kite (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Tue Jun 14 2005 - 04:44:59 CDT
The Unihan definition for U+939D (æp) is presently "tc". I assume this
stands for "traditional character".
As a point of information, U+939D refers to an iron rake (a.k.a. Ìú´î).
In a related discovery, Unihan doesn't seem to include a reference to
the semantic relationship between U+939D (æp) and U+642D (´î).
Lastly, there is a simplified version of U+939D with the standard
simplification (U+9485 - îÄ) of the Kangxi gold radical (U+2FA6 - ½ð),
but it doesn't seem to appear in Unicode anywhere at present. Is the
consortium finished its accommodation of CJK ideographs?
I'm sending this to this list because I've sent several corrections on
Unihan without receiving any acknowledgment.
Is this standard operating procedure? It's nice to know that input is
appreciated (if it is). If it isn't, there's probably no reason to
continue trying to improve the Unihan database.
And, once again, if the group working on Unihan is short-handed, I'd be
willing to contribute some of my own time.
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