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> Sent: Thursday, September 20, 2001 12:10 PM
> Why not have as part of your kanji collation order, the Han
> digits one through nine, in that order?
I believe that would be because they are not ordinarily sorted that
> Why are they called CJK UNIFIED IDEOGRAPHs, anyway? Only a
> committee would come up with a name like that.
Beats the stuffing out of your choice of calling them "kanji" in one
half of the sentence and "Han digits" in the next! In any case, that's
probably the only good name, since some of the characters are unique to each
of China, Japan, and Korea; some are used by all three; some are used in
China and Japan, and some by China and Korea (I belive that there are none
which are used in Japan and Korea, but not Chgina, but I could be wrong).
> Well, I guess what you say is true,
> I could never be the right kind of girl for you,
> I could never be your woman
> - White Town
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