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Useful Marker for Kana-Kanji Conversion Dictionary

IP.com Disclosure Number: IPCOM000112910D
Original Publication Date: 1994-Jun-01
Included in the Prior Art Database: 2005-Mar-27
Document File: 2 page(s) / 32K

Publishing Venue

IBM

Related People

Miyashita, S: AUTHOR [+2]

Abstract

Disclosed is a method for distinguishing whether the SEISHO is NEW or OLD, or, TO-USE or NOT-TO-USE etc. on KANA-KANJI CONVERSION program dictionary with marking special character on head or tail of its strings.

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Useful Marker for Kana-Kanji Conversion Dictionary

      Disclosed is a method for distinguishing whether the SEISHO is
NEW or OLD, or, TO-USE or NOT-TO-USE  etc.  on KANA-KANJI CONVERSION
program dictionary with marking special character on head or tail of
its strings.

As for TO-USE or NOT-TO-USE application, for example, prejudice word,
slung.

      This method put the special mark such as "star" mark to the
head or tail of the SEISHO strings to distinguish.  Such mark could
not be the character of SEISHO and should be one character and it
should be outstanding mark.

      Whether head or tail to put such mark depends on whether head
or tail the cursor of KANA-KANJI conversion program set when
conversion was done.

The Figure shows the examples of this dictionary.

 YOMI        SEISHO

 --------    --------------

 yomiyomi    seishoseisho*
                          A
                          |
                          "star" mark

          Figure

          ------

 Note :  yomiyomi - DBCS character example of YOMI
         seishoseisho - DBCS character example of SEISHO against
YOMI

This method has the following merits:

1.  User easily find/understand the word is to be distinguished
    because the mark is outstanding.

2.  Easily delete the mark when it is not needed because the mark is
    one character and cursor position must be...