Re: Encoding Personal Use Ideographs (was Re: Level of Unicode support required for various languages)

Date: Fri Nov 02 2007 - 11:56:14 CST

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    Quoting Andrew West <>:

    > On 02/11/2007, <> 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.

    The BMP has 148 charcters which are the fanti door U+9F8D over
    something , and Extension B 294 such characters.


    > Andrew

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