John Cowan asked:
> John Jenkins wrote:
> > All of them had them. Even though many of them aren't words -- that is,
> > couldn't be used in a sentence all by themselves -- they all got encoded
> > anyway.
> I am confused. All 214 KangXi radicals were already encoded in URO 2.0?
> I thought that only some of them were already encoded there, and are therefore
> duplicated between the KangXi block and the URO.
Yes, John Jenkins is correct. All were *already* encoded in the URO. See
Unicode 3.0, pp. 561-564, where you can see the compatibility mappings for
every last Kangxi radical to the corresponding unified ideograph.
The Kangxi radicals at U+2F00..U+2FD5 are effectively compatibility symbols
encoded at the insistence of China, because they are distinguished in GBK.
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