Suppress-Script for Korean?
Harald Tveit Alvestrand
harald at alvestrand.no
Tue Jul 24 21:29:04 CEST 2007
--On 24. juli 2007 10:21 -0700 Randy Presuhn <randy_presuhn at mindspring.com>
> I think "Kore" is the appropriate choice for suppression. In the
> abstract, this might seem odd because the "Hang" is a proper subset of
You tickle my curiosity....
where is it stated, authoritatively, that "Hang" is a proper subset of
It seems to me that to make that statement, it would either have to be a
stated property of "Kore", or there exists some listing of which characters
go into "Hang" and "Kore", and one can verify by inspection that it is a
Since I've been bemoaning the lack of lists of which characters a given
script contains in other contexts (even while I was acknowledging that
making such lists is a hard and extremely painful task), any hint that such
lists may exist for a script tickles my curiosity.
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