[NTG-context] chinese with utf in context
Lutz.Haseloff at blb.brandenburg.de
Wed Feb 8 06:34:47 CET 2006
> > why these numbers?
> 255 = U+FF are the so-called Fullwidth Latin Characters
> they are "A" "B" "C" etc. but having the width of a Chinese character
> (roughly "A ", "B ", "C "). Since they look rather ugly in
> non-CJK texts
> and they have to match the width of the Chinese characters in
> the font,
> they are only in CJK fonts.
> 32 = U+20 are general punctuation. I don't see a reason for those.
> 37 = U+25 are box drawing characters - no idea why those should be
> included. http://www.unicode.org/charts/PDF/U2500.pdf
> 38 = U+26 are miscanllaneous symbols - no idea why those should be
> included. http://www.unicode.org/charts/PDF/U2600.pdf
For fast input of chinese characters i use "NJSTAR Chinese Wordprocessor".
It has a menu entry "Symbols Input" -> "Punctuation".
Thats why i thought all these symbols can appear in chinese texts.
The only necessary entry is the entry for 255.
Greetings and thanks again
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