[Uim] uim-py: Adding idioms to PY.scm
jon at kanji.com
Wed Apr 7 18:16:37 EEST 2004
Yukiko Bando wrote:
> On Tue, 06 Apr 2004 09:26:29 -0600, Jon Babcock <jon at kanji.com> wrote:
>> It doesn't matter whether you use Zhuyin or Pinyin or
>> Wade Giles or Yale, etc., simplified or traditional, the language we are
>> trying to represent is "Mandarin".
> Thank you for the explanation. It cleared away my misconceptions. I
> thought Zhuyin and traditional characteres were only used in Taiwan...
That's true. But *both* Zhuyin and traditional characters and Pinyin and
simplified characters are used to represent Mandarin. IOW, "Mandarin" is
a much bigger concept than simply 'Pinyin and simplified characters'.
Jon Babcock <jon at kanji.com>
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