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Re: [Lingo] 喩 versus 喻

On 2012-12-27 at 07:41:47, Stephen J. Turnbull wrote:
>However, this doesn't seem to be a case of simplification.  It's just
>some kind of variant.  This kind of thing is often classified as "a
>copyist's error".

Thanks for the explanation about simplified characters in Japanese. I'll 
probably submit the appearance of 喻 in the book i was studying from as 
an errata and see if the author agrees that 喩 would be better.

>He mentioned that aside from JIS there are two other, completely
>separate kanji standards in the Japanese government -- with entirely
>incompatible encodings, and until very recently no complete translation
>tables existed.
>"Something else going on" doesn't begin to describe it.

With what i've seen so far of Japanese culture and government, i'm not 
"The nice thing about standards is you have so many to choose from."

>Merry Christmas, and Happy New Year!

Agreed. Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!
Daniel A. Ramaley
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