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Re: cjk-ideographic list style : correction and addition

From: Yung-Fong Tang <ftang@netscape.com>
Date: Thu, 10 Apr 2003 13:33:49 -0700
Message-ID: <3E95D52D.3040206@netscape.com>
To: Jungshik Shin <jshin@mailaps.org>
CC: www-style@w3.org
there are many mistake regarding the cjk in that latest wd, I  send my 
comment out several weeks before.

Jungshik Shin wrote:

>On Wed, 9 Apr 2003, Jungshik Shin wrote:
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>>I've just noticed that there are several mistakes in the latest WD of
>>CSS module:list.
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>....
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>>Finally, I'm wondering why CJK ideographic list style has the upper limit of
>>only 10^16(10^16-1) when it's possible to represent numbers up to
>>10^72-1 with Chinese numbering system. Well, those large numbers are not
>>much of use, but ....  I'm not saying CSS3 should have them, but FYI,
>>I'm including all of them in List 3 as they're used in Korea. Chinese and
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>Some people may have trouble with my email in UTF-8 (I got
>an email saying that off-line.).  I put up
>list1, list2, and list3 in my prev. message at
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> http://jshin.net/i18n/w3/list1.txt
> http://jshin.net/i18n/w3/list2.txt
> http://jshin.net/i18n/w3/list3.txt
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>List1 and List 3 are the same as before, but List 2 has changed
>as described below.
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>>In addition,  I like to  suggest that two new 'instances' of CJK
>>ideographic list style for Korean, 'korean formal' and 'korean informal'
>>be added  as listed in  List 2.
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>I realized that in Korea these days most financial documents use
>Hangul syllables cooresponding to the reading of CJK ideographic
>'numerals'. Therefore, I added a third instance 'korean-formal-hangul'
>and renamed 'korean-formal' to 'korean-formal-hanja'.
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>Jungshik
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