[Index]


Table of Contents


Title and Copyright Pages

Preface
      Intended Audience
      Structure of This Guide
      Related Documents
      Conventions

1   Character Sets
      1.1 CNS 11643
      1.2 DTSCS
      1.3 Big-5
      1.4 GB2312-80
      1.5 Extended GB
      1.6 Unicode
      1.7 ISO/IEC 10646

2   Codesets and Codeset Conversions
      2.1 DEC Hanyu
         2.1.1 ASCII CODE
         2.1.2 CNS 11643 Code
         2.1.3 DTSCS Code
         2.1.4 User-Defined Characters
      2.2 Taiwanese EUC
      2.3 Big-5
      2.4 DEC Hanzi
      2.5 Shift Big-5
      2.6 Telecode
         2.6.1 Plane 1 Character Encoding
         2.6.2 Plane 2 Character Encoding
      2.7 UCS-4
      2.8 UTF-8
      2.9 Codeset Conversion
         2.9.1 Default Conversion String
         2.9.2 One-to-Many Conversion
         2.9.3 User-Defined Character Mappings
      2.10 Codeset for Peripheral Devices

3   Locales

4   Local Language Devices
      4.1 Terminals
      4.2 Printers

5   Fonts
      5.1 DECwindows Fonts
         5.1.1 XLFD Font Names
         5.1.2 Bitmap Font Samples
         5.1.3 Font Encodings
         5.1.4 Specifying Fonts in DECwindows Applications
      5.2 Outline Fonts
         5.2.1 XLFD Font Names of Chinese Outline Fonts

6   Keyboards

7   Input Methods
      7.1 Activating and Deactivating Chinese Input Methods
         7.1.1 Character-Cell Terminal Applications
         7.1.2 DECwindows Motif Applications
         7.1.3 CDE Applications
      7.2 Switching Input Method
      7.3 Motif Interface Input Method
         7.3.1 Input Areas
         7.3.2 Interaction Styles
             7.3.2.1 Root Window Interaction
             7.3.2.2 Off-the-Spot Interaction
         7.3.3 Input Server Operations
         7.3.4 Options Menu
             7.3.4.1 Vertical Layout
             7.3.4.2 Horizontal Layout
             7.3.4.3 Select Phrase Input Class
             7.3.4.4 User Phrase Database
             7.3.4.5 System Phrase Database
             7.3.4.6 Current Window
             7.3.4.7 Input Method Customization
             7.3.4.8 Help
             7.3.4.9 Quit
         7.3.5 Saving Your New Settings
      7.4 Alphabetic Input Methods
      7.5 Tsang-Chi Input Method
         7.5.1 Tsang-Chi Root Radicals
         7.5.2 Tsang-Chi Code Generation
             7.5.2.1 General Rules
             7.5.2.2 Connected Characters
             7.5.2.3 Composite Characters
             7.5.2.4 Exceptional Characters
         7.5.3 Invoking Tsang-Chi Input Method
         7.5.4 Multiple Candidates
         7.5.5 Repeat Character Input
         7.5.6 Error Handling
      7.6 Quick Tsang-Chi Input Method
         7.6.1 Quick Tsang-Chi Code Generation
         7.6.2 Invoking Quick Tsang-Chi Input Method
         7.6.3 Entering Quick Tsang-Chi Code
         7.6.4 Multiple Candidates
         7.6.5 Repeat Character Input
         7.6.6 Error Handling
      7.7 Phonetic Input Method
         7.7.1 Phonetic Symbol Categories
         7.7.2 Phonetic Code Generation
         7.7.3 Invoking Phonetic Input Method
         7.7.4 Entering Phonetic Code
         7.7.5 Multiple Candidates
         7.7.6 Repeat Character Input
         7.7.7 Error Handling
      7.8 Internal Code Input Method
         7.8.1 Input Procedure
         7.8.2 Repeat Character Input
         7.8.3 Error Handling
      7.9 Phrase Input Method
         7.9.1 Input Procedure
         7.9.2 Error Handling
             7.9.2.1 Condition 1
             7.9.2.2 Condition 2
      7.10 Symbol Input in Dxhanyuim
         7.10.1 Invoking Symbol Input Mode
         7.10.2 Rules of Symbol Input
         7.10.3 Entering Symbol Code
         7.10.4 Multiple Candidates
         7.10.5 Error Handling
      7.11 Input of User-Defined Characters in DECwindows Motif
      7.12 5-Stroke Input Method
         7.12.1 Input Mechanism
             7.12.1.1 Single Character Input
             7.12.1.2 Input of Terms
         7.12.2 Procedure
         7.12.3 Multiple Candidates
         7.12.4 The Association Mode
         7.12.5 Wildcard Key
      7.13 5-Shape Input Method
         7.13.1 Distribution of Radicals
         7.13.2 Decomposition of Chinese Characters
         7.13.3 Distinction Code
         7.13.4 Principles of Character Decomposition
         7.13.5 Input Mechanism
             7.13.5.1 Single Character Input
             7.13.5.2 Term Input
         7.13.6 Procedure
         7.13.7 Multiple Candidates
         7.13.8 Association Mode
         7.13.9 Simple Code Characters
             7.13.9.1 Frequently-Used Characters (Level 1 Simple Code)
             7.13.9.2 Level 2 Simple Code
             7.13.9.3 Level 3 Simple Code
         7.13.10 Wildcard Key
         7.13.11 Entering 5-Shape Code Through the Numeric Keypad
      7.14 Pin-Yin Input Method
         7.14.1 Input Mechanism
         7.14.2 Procedure
         7.14.3 Multiple Candidates
         7.14.4 Association Mode
         7.14.5 Multiple Phonetic Representations
         7.14.6 Radical Characters
      7.15 Qu-Wei Input Method
         7.15.1 DEC GB2312 Characters
         7.15.2 Extended GB Characters
      7.16 Telex Code Input Method
      7.17 Symbol Input in Dxhanziim
      7.18 Conversion Between Input Servers and DECwindows Motif Applications

8   Chinese Printing Support
      8.1 Supported Printers
         8.1.1 Text Printers
         8.1.2 PostScript Printers
      8.2 Print File Formats
      8.3 Printing Features
         8.3.1 Font Embedding
         8.3.2 Font Faulting
         8.3.3 Software On-Demand Font Loading
         8.3.4 Codeset Conversion
         8.3.5 Outline Fonts
      8.4 Commands and Daemons
         8.4.1 Country-Specific Options to the lpr command
         8.4.2 PostScript Font Management Utility (pfsetup)
         8.4.3 Font-Faulting Daemon (ffd)
         8.4.4 PrintServer Printing Command wwlpspr
      8.5 Chinese Printing Setup
         8.5.1 Dot Matrix Printers
         8.5.2 DEClaser 1152
         8.5.3 DEClaser 5100
         8.5.4 PrintServer 17
         8.5.5 Generic PostScript Printers

9   Other Chinese Features
      9.1 Phrase Support in the VT382-D Terminal
         9.1.1 Creating a Phrase Definition File
         9.1.2 Syntax of Phrase Definitions
         9.1.3 Phrase Downloading
      9.2 Sorting Utility
         9.2.1 asort Utility
         9.2.2 Multiple Collating Sequences
         9.2.3 Depth-First Against Breadth-First
         9.2.4 User-Defined Characters
      9.3 Hanyu and Hanzi DECterm
         9.3.1 Creating a Hanyu or Hanzi DECterm
         9.3.2 Customizing DECterm
         9.3.3 Font Sizes
         9.3.4 Terminal ID
         9.3.5 Interaction Style
         9.3.6 Input Server
         9.3.7 Copying Information
         9.3.8 Default Character Set
         9.3.9 Chinese Character Input/Output
         9.3.10 Reconnecting the Input Server
         9.3.11 VT382-D and VT382-C Terminal Functions
      9.4 Phrase Conversion
      9.5 Special Characters in nroff

Figures

1-1   CNS 11643 Character Planes
1-2   CNS 11643 First Character Planes
1-3   CNS 11643 Second Character Plane
1-4   EDPC Recommended Character Set
1-5   GB2312-80 Character Set
2-1   DEC Hanyu Encoding of CNS 11643 Planes
2-2   Code Space for CNS 11643 in DEC Hanyu
2-3   DEC Hanyu Encoding of DTSCS Characters
2-4   Code Space for DTSCS in DEC Hanyu
2-5   Encoding of Taiwanese EUC
2-6   Code Space for Big-5
2-7   DEC Hanzi Character Encoding
2-8   GB2312-80 and Extended GB Code Space
3-1   Chinese Language Names
5-1   Sung Font Sample
5-2   Hei Font Sample
5-3   Songti Font Sample
5-4   Heiti Font Sample
5-5   Fangsongti Font Sample
5-6   Kaiti Font Sample
5-7   CNS 11643-1986 Font Encoding Scheme
5-8   DTSCS Font Encoding Scheme
5-9   GB2312-80 Font Encoding Schemes
6-1   LK201-D Keyboard Layout
6-2   LK401-D Keyboard Layout
6-3   LK201-C Keyboard Layout
6-4   LK401-C Keyboard Layout
6-5   Numeric Keypad for 5-Stroke Input Method
7-1   Chinese Root Window Interaction Style
7-2   Chinese Input Window Icon
7-3   Off-the-Spot Interaction Style
7-4   Customization of Invocation Key Sequences In dxhanyuim
7-5   Customization of Invocation Key Sequences In dxhanziim
7-6   Full Form Alphabet Input Method
7-7   Invocation of the Tsang-Chi Input Method
7-8   Entering a Tsang-Chi Radical
7-9   Multiple Candidates
7-10  The Quick Tsang-Chi Input Method
7-11  Entering a Quick Tsang-Chi Code
7-12  Entering the Phonetic Symbols for
7-13  Input of Using the Internal Code Input Method
7-14  Entering a Phrase Code
7-15  Converting a Phrase Code to a Phrase
7-16  Distribution of Radicals
7-17  5-Shape Radical Keys
7-18  Distinction Code for the 5-Shape Input method
8-1   Two-Channel Communication of the Font-Faulting Mechanism

Tables

1-1   Characters Defined in CNS 11643-1986
1-2   Characters Defined in CNS 11643-1992
1-3   Mapping of EDPC Recommended Character Set to CNS 11643-1992
2-1   CNS 11643 Code Range in DEC Hanyu
2-2   UDC Code Range in DEC Hanyu
2-3   Big-5 Code Range
2-4   Big-5 User-Defined Spaces
2-5   Big-5 to Shift Big-5 Character Mappings
2-6   Chinese Codeset Conversion
2-7   Codeset Names and Associated Strings
2-8   Mapping Between Big-5 and DEC Hanyu User-Defined Characters
2-9   Feasible Chinese Codesets for Applications, Terminals, and Printers
3-1   Chinese Locales
4-1   Chinese Print Filters
5-1   Traditional Chinese Screen Fonts
5-2   Simplified Chinese Screen Fonts
5-3   XLFD of Miscellaneous Chinese Screen Fonts
5-4   Chinese DECwindows Font Encodings
5-5   Font Encoding Conversion
5-6   Chinese DECwindows Font Encodings
5-7   GR to GL Font Encoding Conversion
5-8   Traditional Chinese Default Fonts
5-9   Simplified Chinese Default Fonts
7-1   Key Sequences that Invoke Chinese Input Method
7-2   Key Sequences Used to select Traditional Chinese Input Method
7-3   Key Sequences Used to Select Simplified Chinese Input Method
7-4   Window Input Areas
7-5   Modifier State Customization
7-6   Tsang-Chi Root Radicals Classification
7-7   Quick Reference Table of the Tsang-Chi Root Radicals
7-8   Composition Form Characters
7-9   Connected Form Characters
7-10  Examples of Connected Character decomposition
7-11  Composite Character Decomposition
7-12  Compound Characters
7-13  Difficult Characters
7-14  Special characters
7-15  Meaning of Arrow Characters
7-16  Phonetic Symbols
7-17  Examples of Phonetic Input
7-18  Phonetic Symbols with Different Termination Keys
7-19  Stroke Categories
7-20  5-Stroke Code
7-21  Input of Single Characters with the 5-Stroke Input Method
7-22  Input Terms with the 5-Stroke Input Method
7-23  Shape Code
7-24  Entering Basic Strokes
7-25  Input of Terms with the 5-Shape Input Method
7-26  Pin-Yin Tone Marks
9-1   Traditional Chinese Sorting Methods
9-2   Simplified Chinese Sorting Methods