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Title: Technology


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Technology for Hangul Viewing / Writing
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Courses
1. Unicode
2. Hangul Code
3. Using Hangul in English OS
4. Web Browsing
5. Web Authoring
6. E-mailing
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  • Korean Character Sets and Encoding Forms
  • http//www.geocities.com/fontboard/cjk/csmore
    .html
  • http//www.geocities.com/fontboard/cjk/cslang
    .html

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1. Unicode http//www.unicode.org
1.1 What is Unicode?
  • Unicode provides a unique number for every
    character,
  • no matter what the platform,
  • no matter what the program,
  • no matter what the language.

Unique Number
A or ?
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1.2 Why Unicode?
People in different countries use different
characters to represent the words of their
native languages.
1)ISO represents 8-bit character set. This
isUnicode .
  • It is impossible to store text with characters
    from different character sets in the same
    document.
  • As long as every document has its own
    characters, and recognition of character set is
    not automatic, manual user intervention is
    inevitable.

1) ISO International Standard Organization
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1.3 Unicode is changing all that!
  • The Unicode Standard has been adopted by such
    industry leaders as
  • Apple, HP, IBM, JustSystem, Microsoft,
    Oracle, SAP, Sun, Sybase,
  • Unisys and many others.
  • Unicode is required by modern standards such as
    XML, Java, LDAP, CORBA, WML, etc.
  • Incorporating Unicode into client-server or
    multi-tiered applications and websites offers
    significant cost savings over the use of legacy
    character sets.

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2. Hangul code http//pantheon.yale.edu/js
hin/faq/qa8.html
2.1 History of Hangul Code
In 1997, Korean standard body made a rather
drastic change in the naming scheme of standards
for information exchange and processing. What
used to be referred to as KS C 56xx - KS C 59xx
were renamed as KS X xxxx. The following
summarizes the change.
  • KS C 5601 -gt KS X 1001 The most widely used
    coded character set
  • KS C 5657 -gt KS X 1002 Additional
    characters for information

  • exchange
  • KS C 5636 -gt KS X 1003 Korean version of
    ISO 646/US-ASCII
  • KS C 5620 -gt KS X 1004 ISO/IEC 2022
  • KS C 5700 -gt KS X 1005-1 Unicode 2.0/ISO-10646
  • KS C 5697 -gt KS X 1023 ISO 2375
  • KS C 5861 -gt KS X 2901 Korean Unix
    environment

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2.2. What is Hangul Code?
  • Korean Alphabetic
  • ??????????????
  • ??????????
  • ?????
  • 2 Bytes per character
  • Classified into 3 types
  • WanSungHyung(built-in)
  • assigned code per character
  • ChoHabHyung (combined)
  • assigned code as a Initial, medium, and final
  • sound separately
  • TongHabHyung (Unified)
  • As a Microsoft own Hangul encoding,
  • integrated
    Wansunghyung with Chohabhyung

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2.3 Microsoft UHC (Unified Hangul Code)
KSC-5601 is a basic Wansunghyung(built-in) code
thats comprised of 2350 characters. Due to
limitation to numbers of characters, Microsoft
introduced Unified Hangul Code. Microsoft Windows
95/NT use UHC ( in case of NT 4.0, all internal
processings are done in Unicode, but on the
surface, it used UHC).
UHC KSC-5601(limited 2350 characters)
Additional codes
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2.4 What is Hangul O/S ?
Hangul O/S Unified Hangul Code
Windows95/98/NT
1)UHC
Windows95/NT
1) UHC Unified Hangul Code
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  • 3. Using Hangul in English OS
  • http//www.geocities.com/fontboard/cjk/apps
  • Korean Input Methods
  • http//www.geocities.com/fontboard/cjk/input.
    htmlkorean
  • Unicode-Compliant Applications
  • http//www.geocities.com/fontboard/cjk/uniapps
    .html
  • Windows Fonts that Support Unicode
  • http//www.hclrss.demon.co.uk/unicode/fonts.h
    tml
  • Luc Devroyes Page on Korean Fonts
  • http//cgm.cs.mcgill.ca/luc/korea.html

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  • Global IME
  • - Supports MS IE, MS Outlook Express, Word
    2000, NSC 4.72 etc
  • Windows 2000 support built-in Korean
    Language
  • - Product Info
  • http//www.microsoft.com/Windows/ie/Features/
    ime.asp
  • - Download
  • http//www.microsoft.com/msdownload/iebuild/i
    me5_win32/en/ime5_win32.htm
  • - Global IME support in Communicator 4.72
  • http//home.netscape.com/eng/intl/gimesuppor
    t.html

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  • UnionWay AsianSuite 2000 (CJK Unionway)
  • - Supports Windows 2000, NT, 95/98 and lot of
    applications
  • such as Office 2000, 97
  • - Product Info and Download
  • http//www.unionway.com/servlet/Folder?Node
    111

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  • Korean Partner 2000 by Twinbridge
  • - Product Info
  • http//www.twinbridge.com/products/kp/kp2000.
    html
  • - Download
  • http//www.twinbridge.com/free_download/downl
    oad_korean.htm
  • - Download Unicode Font
  • http//www.twinbridge.com/products/AsianTTF/
    kttfont.html

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  • NJStar Communicator 2.23
  • Product Info
  • http//www.njstar.com/communicator/
  • Download
  • http//www.njstar.com/communicator/download.htm

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  • Download Arial Unicode MS
  • - http//officeupdate.microsoft.com/2000/downloadD
    etails/aruniupd.htm
  • A full Unicode font containing all of the
    approximately 40,000 alphabetical characters,
    ideographic characters, and symbols defined in
    the Unicode 2.1 standard.
  • Note This font is included with all versions of
    Microsoft Office 2000 Service Release 1 (SR-1).

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  • Download Visual Keyboard
  • http//officeupdate.microsoft.com/2000/downloadde
    tails/viskeyboard.htm
  • Supports typing in more than one language on the
    same computer by showing
  • you a keyboard for another language on your
    screen.

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4. Web browsing
4.1 Viewing Hangul WWW pages http//www.geocities
.com/fontboard/cjk/browsers.html http//www.hclrss
.demon.co.uk/unicode/browsers.html
  • Set Hangul Programs (MS Global IME, Unionway,
    etc)
  • or Get Korean Fonts
  • Use IE 3.0 or later or NSC 4.0 or later

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5. Web Authoring
5.1 Namo WebEditor 4
  • Multilingual HTML editor
  • Supports Unicode
  • Supports Microsofts Global IME and Visual
    Keyboards
  • Allows files to be saved in UTF-8 encoding, in
    addition to some CJK and other encoding
  • A 45-day trial version
  • http//www.namo.com/products/we4/index.html

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5. 2 Netscape Composer
  • Multilingual HTML editor
  • Supports Unicode
  • Supports Microsofts Global IME
  • Allows files to be saved in UTF-8 encoding
  • Available only as part of Netscape 6, which
    includes Netscape Navigator

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5. 3 Word 2000
  • Can save files as HTML
  • HTML Filter 2.0 to remove the Office-specific
    markup tags
  • http//officeupdate.microsoft.com/2000/downloadDe
    tails/Msohtmf2.htm

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5. 4 Metatag
  • Browsers that understand the META tag will
    automatically display the page in the right
    language.
  • Multilingual
  • ltmeta http-equivcontent-type
    contenttext/htmlcharsetutf-8gt
  • ltmeta http-equivcontent-type
    contenttext/htmlcharsetutf-7gt
  • Korean
  • ltmeta http-equivcontent-type
    contenttext/htmlcharsetks_c_5601gt

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6. E-mailing
http//pantheon.cis.yale.edu/jshin/faq/qa9.html
6.1 E-mail setup
  • Setup Hangul program ( MS Global IME, Unionway,
    etc)
  • Use E-mail client program ( Nescape mail, MS
    outlook Express, etc)
  • Selecting MIME encoding (base 64, or quoted
    pritable)

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6.2 Considerations in E-mailing
  • Dont use Korean in the subject
  • If you cant input Korean in E-mailing, use
    Hangul editor and send a file attached.
  • Use cvt8.exe to converse codes if you cant see
    mail in Korean
  • http//ain.icube.co.kr/jhlee/cvt8.html

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6.3 Reason for Hangul Mail Problem
  • It may not be broken data but be a CODE problem.
  • E-mail does not guarantee 8 bit data
    transfer. But Hangul sent in 8 bit code, such as
    KS-WanSungHyung can be broken.
  • So the way of send as conversing Hangul 8
    bit to 7 bit is used.
  • (code conversion in Mail server, code
    conversion in Mail User Agent)

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  • IE 3.0 and 4.0
  • - View / Options / Font / Character Sets / Korean
    /
  • Proportional Fonts and Fixed Width Font
  • - View / Fonts / Korean
  • IE 5.0
  • - Tools / Internet Options / Font / Language
    Script Korean
  • Web page font and Plain text font
  • - View / Encoding / Korean

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  • Netscape Communicator 4.0, 4.5 and 4.6
  • - Edit / Preferences / Appearance / Fonts /
    Encoding Korean
  • Variable Width Font and Fixed Width Font
  • - View / Character Set ( or Encoding) Korean
    (Auto-Detect)
  • Netscape Communicator 4.5
  • - Edit / Preferences / Mail Newsgroups /
    Formatting
  • Check Use the HTML editor to compose messages
  • When sending HTML mail messages to recipients
  • Concert the message into Plain text
  • - Edit / Preferences / Mail Newsgroups /
    Messages
  • Send messages that use 8-bit characters As
    is
  • Message Composition Window / View / Character set
    (or Encoding) /
  • Korean (Auto-Detect)

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  • MS Outlook Express
  • - Tools / Options / Send TAB
  • Mail Sending Format / Plain Text Settings
    TAB
  • Message format MIME
  • Encode text using None
  • - News Sending Format / Plain Text Settings
    TAB
  • Message format MIME
  • Encode text using None
  • Check Allow 8-bit characters in headers
  • - Turn off the check box Reply to messages
    using the format in which they are sent
  • - Message Composition Widow / Format / Encoding
    (or Language ) / Korean (EUC) (or Korean)

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Useful Sites
  • Hangul and Internet in Korea FAQ
  • http//pantheon.cis.yale.edu/jshin/faq/
  • Sources and Information for Multi-lingual CJK
    Fonts
  • http//staff.washington.edu/rrbritt/ceal/clt/
    multilingual.htm
  • Unicode and Multilingual Support in Web Browsers
    and HTML
  • http//www.hclrss.demon.co.uk/unicode/
  • Chinese, Japanese and Korean characters in
    English Windows
  • http//www.geocities.com/fontboard/cjk/
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