From: Julian Bradfield (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Mon Aug 20 2007 - 10:19:39 CDT
>On 20/08/07, Julian Bradfield <email@example.com> wrote:
>> The characters are the Chinese and Japanese versions of U+5C07
>> (amongst other things, the jiang4 in Chinese ma2-jiang4).
>> In Chinese fonts, this character is:
>> left: radical 90 "half tree trunk"
>> right: top: radical 36 "evening" plus extra dot (this dot being
>> omitted in the simplified form)
>> bottom: radical 41 "inch"
>> In Japanese fonts, the top right component is instead the variant form
>> of radical 87 "claw".
>U+5C06 å°� is the standard Japanese form of the character.
Not according to the printed reference charts. In the reference
charts, the U+5C06 displays the Chinese simplified form of U+5C07,
with the "evening" radical. The Japanese form, as I said, has the
So the question is also valid applied to U+5C06.
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