From: Curtis Clark (email@example.com)
Date: Sun Jan 11 2009 - 22:08:00 CST
On 2009-01-11 14:27, Leo Broukhis wrote:
> Naturally, not in general (I wouldn't claim that any photo or any
> drawing of a dog is a precomposed glyph), but when an attempt is made
> to use a stylized picture in plain text but no evidence is given for
> any semantic difference from the corresponding word spelled out, what
> else is it if not a precomposed glyph for that word?
So is 犬 a precomposed glyph for いぬ?
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