From: John H. Jenkins (email@example.com)
Date: Mon Apr 16 2007 - 11:10:28 CST
On Apr 16, 2007, at 3:17 AM, Shohji Itoh wrote:
>>> U+289e3 on Ideo ExtB, and U+9686 _'s J,
>>> can say same, or not ?
>>> U+9686 with C T K, can say different, but..
>> 𨧣 隆
>> 289E3 9686
> Sorry sir.
> Its my mistake at typeing.
> 289e3 -} 28e93 𨺓
> now check it at once.
> 28e93 = 28e93 = 28e93
U+9686 has an extra stroke in the right-hand component. In IDS terms,
U+28E93 would be something like ⿰阜⿱夂生 and U+9686 is ⿰阜⿳
Of course, that doesn't necessarily mean that they're not z-variants
of each other. Unfortunately, the information on U+28E93 doesn't
really help us much, since the character is derived from CNS 11643
plane 15 and from the North Korean standard KPS 10721-2000. The
former could easily have been made a compatibility ideograph in the
ordinary course of events. I'm assuming that the North Koreans
objected and wanted the two treated as distinct ideographs, but I
can't be sure.
In any event, we don't have sufficient information available to
precisely define the nature of the difference between the two
John H. Jenkins
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