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Re: [Lingo] Stroke order for 糸-radical

On Oct 2, 2009, at 7:01 PM, Stephen J. Turnbull wrote:

steve smith writes:
Niels Kobschätzki wrote:

I have here a slight problem: I am using an iPhone-app for doing
kanji-repetitions and today I noticed a mistake in stroke orders. The
stroke orders of the left radical of 組 and 細 are wrong. In the
program it is not written like 糸 but in the lower part the order of the middle and left stroke are reversed. I mean that I would write it:
middle, left, right but it is written left, middle, right.

In the 清水新漢和辞典 and 広辞苑, unfortunately, although 糸 is
written middle, left, right, in 組 the itohen is given as a whole,
then the rest stroke by stroke.

Actually I expected that somehow :(

I used the animated kanji on the The Yamasa Institute kanji dictionary
for learning my kanji.  They also do left, middle, right.

Note that for 糸 they also do it middle, left, right. So I can't give
you a reliable statement, but I suspect that in combinations the
simpler form is either allowed or even preferred.

I could ask my 6th grade daughter.  I'm sure she knows. :-)

That would be great :)
Thanks ^^


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