From: Andrew West (email@example.com)
Date: Fri Nov 02 2007 - 07:33:14 CST
On 02/11/2007, firstname.lastname@example.org <email@example.com> wrote:
> Can anyone think of a 3 stroke character that is on the list of to be encoded?
Well, CJK-C has U+2A700, U+2A701 and U+2A7EA, as well as one
two-stroke character, U+2A70B.
> The point of the above being if even fairly common four stroke
> characters are yet to be enoced there should be no suprize that
> <U+9F8D U+9580> has not.
My surprise is that it is such an obvious character to create that
no-one did so hundreds of years ago, and that if anyone did create the
character that it was not publicised enough to make its way into the
Kangxi dictionary, and hence into Unicode CJK-B or earlier.
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