[Index]


Table of Contents


Title and Copyright Pages

About This Manual
    Intended Audience
    Structure of This Guide
    Related Documents
    Conventions

1  Character Sets
    1.1 KSC5636-1993
    1.2 KSC5601-1992
    1.3 Unicode
    1.4 ISO/IEC 10646

2  Codesets and Codeset Conversion
    2.1 DEC Korean
    2.2 Korean EUC
    2.3 KSC5601 (Unified Hangul)
    2.4 ISO-2022-KR
    2.5 UCS-2/UCS-4
    2.6 UTF-8
    2.7 Codeset Conversion
    2.8 Codeset for Peripheral Devices

3  Locales
    3.1 Sorting Behaviour in Korean Locales

4  Local Language Devices
    4.1 Terminals
    4.2 Printers

5  Fonts
    5.1 DECwindows Fonts
    5.2 XLFD Font Names
       5.2.1 Bitmap Font Samples
       5.2.2 DECwindows Font Encoding
       5.2.3 Specifying Fonts in DECwindows Applications
    5.3 Outline Fonts
       5.3.1 XLFD Font Names of Korean Outline Fonts

6  Keyboards
    6.1 Keyboard Layout

7  Korean Input Methods
    7.1 Activating and Deactivating Korean Input Methods
       7.1.1 Character-Cell Terminal Applications
       7.1.2 DECwindows Motif Applications
       7.1.3 CDE Applications
    7.2 Selecting Input Method
    7.3 DECwindows Motif Interface
       7.3.1 Input Areas
       7.3.2 Interaction Styles
           7.3.2.1 Root Window
           7.3.2.2 Off-the-Spot
           7.3.2.3 On-the-Spot
           7.3.2.4 Over-the-Spot
       7.3.3 Operations of Input Server
       7.3.4 Options Menu
           7.3.4.1 Vertical Layout (수직레이아웃)
           7.3.4.2 Horizontal Layout (수평레이아웃)
           7.3.4.3 Select Phrase Input Class (구문 입력등급 선택)
           7.3.4.4 User Phrase Database (사용자 구문데이터베 이스)
           7.3.4.5 System Phrase Database (시스템 구문 데이터베이스)
           7.3.4.6 Curent Window (현재 창)
           7.3.4.7 Input Method Customization (입력 방법 설정)
           7.3.4.8 Help (도움말)
           7.3.4.9 Quit (중지)
       7.3.5 Saving Your New Settings
    7.4 Hangul Input Method
    7.5 Hanja Input Method
    7.6 Row-Column Input Method
    7.7 Phrase Input Method

8  Korean 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 Software On-Demand Font Loading (SoftODL)
       8.3.2 Codeset Conversion
       8.3.3 Outline Fonts
    8.4 Korean Printing Setup
       8.4.1 Dot Matrix Printers
       8.4.2 The wwpsof PostScript Filter

9  Other Korean Features
    9.1 Hangul DECterm
       9.1.1 Creating a Hangul DECterm Window
       9.1.2 Customizing a DECterm Window
       9.1.3 Font Sizes
       9.1.4 Terminal ID
       9.1.5 Interaction Style
       9.1.6 Input Server
       9.1.7 Copying Information
       9.1.8 Default Character Set
       9.1.9 Korean Character Input/Output
       9.1.10 Reconnecting the Input Server
       9.1.11 Other VT382-K Functionality
       9.1.12 Special Characters in nroff

Figures

1-1  KSC5601 Character Set
2-1  Representations of DEC Korean Characters
2-2  Code Space for KSC5601-1992
5-1  Myungcho Font Sample
5-2  Gotic Font Sample
5-3  Korean Font Encoding Schemes
6-1  LK201-K Keyboard Layout
6-2  LK401-K Keyboard Layout
7-1  Root Window Interaction Style
7-2  Icon of Korean Input Window
7-3  Off-the-Spot Interaction Style
7-4  On-the-Spot Interaction Style
7-5  Over-the-Spot Interaction Style
7-6  Customization of Invocation Key Sequences

Tables

2-1  Codeset Conversion
2-2  Codeset Names
2-3  Feasible Korean Codeset for Applications, Terminals, and Printers
3-1  Korean Locales
3-2  Korean Language Names
5-1  Korean Screen Fonts
5-2  XLFD of Miscellaneous Korean Screen Fonts
5-3  Korean DECwindows Font Encoding
5-4  Font Encoding Conversion
5-5  Default Korean Fonts
7-1  Key Sequences for Invoking the Korean Input Method
7-2  Window Input Areas
7-3  Modifier State Customization
7-4  Saving Customized Attributes