Re: PinYin Standard
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> Thanks for your input, xcin do have pinyin input but pinyin and character
> relation is not in there. For example I cut an paste a chinese char
> into a program, it will generate pinyin output instead of input pinyin
> GB or Big5. I need a directionary type database to complete this task.
> in unicode.org help but I'm not sure I can use that to create an
> with it.
erm, do you mean that sometimes the same char has different pronounciations?
Or what? you can of course use the xcin input table as a database, because
every chinese char has the pinyin writing in this table. if you want to
differ between certain situations when you have to use which
pronounciation, then of course you should look on the following chars and
have a little dictionary included that decides which pronounciation to use.
I think a simple perl script should fit your needs in this case.
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