From: samuel gilman (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Thu Jan 06 2011 - 17:39:40 CST
Thanks for the fast reply but it is still confusing for me.
What I want to do is separate traditional from simplified.
How could I do that?
On Thu, Jan 6, 2011 at 5:26 PM, Magnus Bodin <email@example.com> wrote:
> 2011/1/7 samuel gilman <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
> > Hope there are some people still on this list!
> > I'm trying to separate out the traditional and simplified Chinese
> > within the Unihan database.
> > In the Unihan_Variants.txt it seems to show when the characters vary but
> > it's unclear to me.
> > U+3469 kTraditionalVariant U+5138
> > U+346E kSimplifiedVariant U+2B748
> > U+346F kSimplifiedVariant U+3454
> > U+346F kTraditionalVariant U+3454
> > U+3473 kSimplifiedVariant U+3447
> > U+3473 kTraditionalVariant U+3447
> > I took this straight out of Unihan_Varients.txt.
> > Can someone explain what this means?
> > All I need from this is to figure out which variant traditional and
> > form is simplified.
> I'll quote an answer I got to a similar question from August 2008:
> "Please see the description for field kSimplifiedVariant in :
> Note that a character can be *both* a traditional Chinese character in its
> own right *and* the simplified variant for other characters (e.g.,
> In such case, the character is listed as its own simplified variant and
> of its own traditional variants. This distinguishes this from the case
> the character is not the simplified form for any character (e.g., U+4E95).
>  http://www.unicode.org/reports/tr38/#AlphabeticalListing"
> -- magnus
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