[Q] WAListener and WAFileLibrary problem

Paolo Bonzini bonzini at gnu.org
Sun Jan 6 16:49:38 UTC 2008

Philippe Marschall wrote:
> So how do you know whether the utf-8 byte sequence 0xE4 0xB8 0x8E
> (U+4E0E) is generic Chinese, traditional Chinese, simplified Chinese,
> Japanese or Korean?

Korean only uses CJK alphabets in a few cases (some person names, for 
example).  Most of the time they use a phonetic/syllabic alphabet called 
Hangul which uses a different Unicode block.


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