Unicode Teaching in Universities
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Tue Sep 7 17:23:00 CDT 2021
Doug Ewell wrote as follows:
> First and foremost, https://www.unicode.org/faq/han_cjk.html
> <https://www.unicode.org/faq/han_cjk.html> .
Thank you for that link. That is helpful.
> Unicode is a character encoding, JUST LIKE the GB and CNS (Chinese)
> and JIS (Japanese) encodings. NONE of these is an encoding of glyphs.
> The only difference is that people used to use character-set signaling
> — in-band or out-of-band — as a hint to display text in a Chinese-type
> or Japanese-type font.
Could someone possibly write about how "character-set signaling —
in-band or out-of-band — as a hint to display text in a Chinese-type or
Japanese-type font" was/is done in the CNS and JIS encodings please?
Tuesday 7 September 2021
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