Date: Sun Jun 14 2009 - 00:30:59 CDT
Checking the kCangjie entry for U+9762 ($BLL(B) in Unihan.txt,
we can find this line:
U+9762 kCangjie MWYL
I guess, this is Cangjie version 3 style.
If it's version 5 style, it should be MWSL.
According to UTR#38, kCangjie field is based on Christian
>Category: Dictionary-like Data
>Description: The cangjie input code for the character.
> This incorporates data from the file cangjie-table.b5
> by Christian Wittern.
According to Christian Wittern's web site at Kyoto Univ.,
it seems that he has not updated cangjie-table.b5 since
>Cangjie Table: Table of all cangjie input keys,
> with radical / stroke and BIG5 code ,
> in: ftp://ifcss.org/software/data, November 1993.
I think the popular version of cangjie-table.b5 used in
various free softwares is 1.02 released on 1993-May.
It includes 13059 entries to cover Big5 with ETen extension.
On the other hand, Unihan.txt 5.1.0 (2008-Mar-03) includes
29148 entries. I don't know who added extra kCangjie to
cover the characters which are not included in original
cangjie-table.b5 by Christian.
On Sat, 13 Jun 2009 19:14:49 +0200
Charlie Ruland <email@example.com> wrote:
>The Cangjie input code of which Cangjie version is given in the Unihan
>I couldn't find any explicit information on this in the Unicode Standard
>Annex #38: Unicode Han Database (Unihan) at
>FYI, I use a Cangjie version 5 IME ($BBh8^BeARpvM"F~K!(B) designed by and
>downloaded from Malaysia$B!G(Bs Friends of Cangjie ($BARpvG7M'!#GOPT@>P3(B at
>http://www.chinesecj.com/newsoftware/index3.php?Type=1 ) and which
>promises to support input of some 70,000 characters.
>Are all Unihan kCangjie codes usable on my IME?
>___ Charlie Ruland ___ $BQG=q7E(B ___
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