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by sunwukong
Sat Nov 03, 2007 4:10 pm
Forum: CCDICT
Topic: Welcome to CCDICT forum
Replies: 19
Views: 117156

Kwukyel

Ben and others. Kwuk Yel (Korean) would probably be rendered as Kuo Yu in Chinese, (Kuo=Nation Yu=language/speech). I have an interesting quote from some Chri$tian Mi$$ionaries to Korea in which they simply state that even in the mid 1800's the upper class in Korea Read and wrote Chinese and spoke i...
by sunwukong
Sat Nov 03, 2007 3:55 pm
Forum: CCDICT
Topic: surrogate pairs and excel / win 2000
Replies: 0
Views: 22937

surrogate pairs and excel / win 2000

Im trying to get up with Thomas Chin. Back in January he helped me with two excel functions to view / use surrogate pairs in excel. He provided two excel functions that work flawlessly in Win XP with Excel 2002 but which do not work in excel 2000 under win 2000. The characters are there in win 2000 ...
by sunwukong
Fri Feb 16, 2007 8:51 pm
Forum: CCDICT
Topic: Encoding the Database
Replies: 23
Views: 128258

Unicode and plane 1 + characters

Oddly MS Office (2000), MS Word on WIN 2K can show some plane 1 and 2 characters but Excel can not. Under WIN XP the reverse seems to be true, Excell 2003 handles plane 2 characters but Word does not. Strange. Ive finished indexing the CTC with the ShouWei HaoMa system and added in the trigraphs if ...
by sunwukong
Wed Jan 17, 2007 1:52 pm
Forum: CCDICT
Topic: Encoding the Database
Replies: 23
Views: 128258

Unicode 5 Digit

Thomas thanks for your help. Maby Im in over my head. Do I need both of these functions to get this to work? As I mentioned in a previous post Im using Excel 2000 and Windows 2000. Your WriteSurrogae(nnnnn) routine seems to be working (for Firefox and IE) but not for MS Word and Excel. So my guess i...
by sunwukong
Wed Jan 17, 2007 12:15 pm
Forum: CCDICT
Topic: Encoding the Database
Replies: 23
Views: 128258

5 digit unihan

I found the character by browsing the Private area of Ming (for ISO 10646). This is how frustrated I was. Im using Win 2000 and Office 2000 and even though I managed to insert those two functions into an excel worksheet it does not seem to be working. Im hesitant to upgrade to XP and Office 2003 eve...
by sunwukong
Wed Jan 17, 2007 3:57 am
Forum: CCDICT
Topic: Encoding the Database
Replies: 23
Views: 128258

Port of Unihan to Excel

I've had some success porting the Unihan DB to Excel. So far I'm able to show the 4 digit U+nnnn characters but am having trouble with the 5 digit characters. Im using this VB macro to resolve the characters Sub aaa() '20050626, sunwukong (AT) povn(dot)com (Pat kirol) 'you put the 4 digit unicode va...

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