From: Andrew West (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Fri May 28 2010 - 10:20:43 CDT
On 28 May 2010 15:34, Leonardo Boiko <email@example.com> wrote:
> Of course, in my very humble opinion there
> should be an explanation like that of n3063.pdf in the book to begin
> with =)
> Unicode W is used whenever there’s a curve…
> except for SWZ?
> But in the case of SWZ, even the Unicode example is
> completely straight, so I don’t really get its name.
You mean, you would expect it to be called SZZ = "shu zhe zuo"
(vertical then bending to the left) rather than SWZ = "shu wan zuo"
(vertical then curving to the left) ? I guess that as SZZ is already
taken by U+31DE to mean "shu zhe zhe" (vertical then bending then
bending again) they had to come up with some other acronym, hence the
slightly incorrect SWZ.
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