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从Unicode到太玄经


Unicode到太玄经

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本来仅仅是想找个BMP以外的Unicode字段来验证一下我用Python写的用于UTF-16编码的函数,结果发现在Supplementary Multilingual Plane有这么一条,看起来比较突兀:Tai Xuan Jing Symbols (1D300–1D35F)-_-!进去看一下更加突兀了-_-!

太玄经的符号在Unicode有编码-_-!

作为Unicode学习的附加,顺面还了解了一下太玄经......................

Tai Xuan Jing

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The text Tài Xuán Jīng ("Canon of Supreme Mystery", Chinese: 太玄經) was composed by the Confucian writer Yáng Xióng (Chinese: 揚雄/扬雄; pinyin: Yáng Xióng; Wade-Giles: Yang Hsiung; 53 BCE-18 CE). The first draft of this work was completed in 2BCE (in the decade before the fall of the Western Han Dynasty). This text is also known in the West as The Alternative I Ching and The Elemental Changes.

The Tai Xuan Jing symbols [1] represent a primary level of semantic notation in the text and are an extension of the Yì Jīng symbols. The mono-, di- and tetragrams consist of three monograms:

  • the unbroken line ( ⚊) for heaven (Chinese: ; pinyin: tiān),
  • once broken line ( ⚋) for earth (Chinese: ; pinyin: dì),
  • twice broken line (

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