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Re: Chinese punctuation mark in emacs questions.


From: LEE Sau Dan
Subject: Re: Chinese punctuation mark in emacs questions.
Date: 03 Dec 2003 12:06:39 +0100
User-agent: Gnus/5.09 (Gnus v5.9.0) Emacs/21.2

>>>>> "Jimmy" == Jimmy Zou <address@hidden> writes:

    Jimmy> Dear all, I am using emacs 20.7 release. and I was trying
    Jimmy> to input Chinese in it.

    Jimmy> chinese-py-punct of mule works fine, however, if people pay
    Jimmy> more attentions to the punctuation mark, we could see the
    Jimmy> chinese period is a circle like&#65306; �&#12290;�,
    Jimmy> (to see the mark just set your coding as Chinese GB)while
    Jimmy> the western period is just a simple doc: ".".

    Jimmy> however, the emacs could display the chinese period, if I
    Jimmy> cut and paste it from somewhere else.

Try  C-h I  RET  to get  help  about the  current  input method.   For
chinese-py-punct, I get:

        And, you can enter symbols by typing `v' followed by any key
        sequences defined in `chinese-punct'.

Since chinese-py-punct  is derived from  chinese-punct, you can  get a
"cheating" table with C-h I chinese-punct.

Is it now clear how you can type in the Chinese period?

Try also typing "vpunct" for miscellaneous Chinese punctuations.


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