On 10 Jan 2006, at 16:10, Curt Sampson wrote:
> and it's a pretty unbalanced article. For
> example, it doesn't point out that Unicode does a better job of
> gaiji than any other character-set/encoding combination in common
> use in
> Japan (i.e., one you can display in web browsers, word processors,
> to people in a file with the expectation that they can read it without
> specialist software, etc.).
Well - to be fair to it, the article isn't addressing the question of
whether unicode is better than sjis or eucjp (which are encodings
that fit the criteria you specify), but rather in what ways it falls
short of ideal.
While it does not fit your criteria, does anyone know what
applications / devices use TRON Cho Kanji 3?
Received on Tue Jan 10 09:47:26 2006