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  • Chinese–Japanese–Korean (typically grouped because they all use writing systems derived from Chinese characters)


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  • To bring the normative CJK properties into the PropertyAliases.txt context, where property identifiers appropriate for regex and such are defined, the UTC originally decided that it would make sense to just prepend "cj" to the front of the existing Unihan tags from the Unihan Database, so that they would be more self-identifying as "CJK" properties to the uninitiated, and then make the resulting labels cjkIRG_GSource, cjkRSUnicode, etc. be both the long and the short identifier in PropertyValues.txt.

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  • If there are any exceptions that I don't know about, they are probably only for Chinese, Japanese and Korean (the so-called "CJK" languages). Forum

  • Stepping into the breach are companies such as CJK Dictionary Institute.

    Arabic Names Spell Trouble for Banks

  • CJK founder Jack Halpern says his small team pored over hard copies of phone directories, encyclopedias, student rosters and general-interest books from a slew of Middle Eastern countries to compile a dictionary of seven million variants in all of Arab proper names.

    Arabic Names Spell Trouble for Banks

  • Shame on F&S for publishing this! on another post, CJK wrote It's an absolute travesty that Field and Stream would run an article like this.

    Man made global warming? No way!

  • I total agree with CJK It's an absolute travesty that Field and Stream would run an article like this.

    How You Can Fight Global Warming

  • Following the same line of though, the blogger at Blog do CJK [pt] says he would not be surprised if the investigation into pedophilia comes to nothing:

    Global Voices in English » Brazil: Judicial decisions, a growing threat to online freedom

  • CJK said ... email details to please

    Time Tuner ~ ANTREPO // A2591

  • Finally, a highly desired feature: it supports books written in right to left languages, such as our fantastic new Yiddish collection, and certain CJK historical or display variants.

    April 2009

  • This new version includes WorldCat searching enhancements, support for cataloging with the Arabic and CJK scripts, a Spanish interface, plus a lot more.

    Archive 2005-03-20


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