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CEFSCONV(1)						      General Commands Manual						       CEFSCONV(1)

cefsconv - convert a TeX document in SJIS encoding containing CEF macros into `preprocessed' form. SYNOPSIS
cefsconv < infile > outfile DESCRIPTION
The Chinese Encoding Framework (CEF) developed by Christian Wittern <> makes it possible to include CJK charac- ters in various encodings using the SGML macros &CX-aabb; for Big 5 and CNS encoding and &U-aabb; for Unicode (X denotes a number between 0 and 7; 0 represents Big 5 encoding, 1-7 CNS encoding planes 1-7. aabb is either a decimal or hexadecimal number). cefsconv converts the CEF macros of a SJIS encoded document together with the SJIS encoding itself into a form which can directly processed with LaTeX 2e. It is identical to sjisconv < infile | cefconv > outfile This filter is part of the CJK macro package for LaTeX 2e. SEE ALSO
sjisconv(1), bg5conv(1), cefconv(1), cef5conv(1), extconv(1), the CJK documentation files. AUTHOR
Werner Lemberg <> CJK Version 4.8.3 07-May-2012 CEFSCONV(1)

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sbig5(5)							File Formats Manual							  sbig5(5)

sbig5 - A character encoding system (codeset) for Traditional Chinese DESCRIPTION
The Shift Big-5 (sbig5) codeset is a variant of the Big-5 codeset (see big5(5)). The only difference between these codesets is that the second byte of some Big-5 characters are mapped to different values in the Shift Big-5 codeset. The remapping is done to avoid having some metacharacters like *, which has special meaning to UNIX commands, in the second byte of a 2-byte Big-5 character. The mappings of Big-5 characters to Shift Big-5 characters are as follows: ------------------------------------------------------------------------ Big-5 (2nd Character Symbol Shift Big-5 (2nd Character Symbol byte) byte) ------------------------------------------------------------------------ 40 @ 30 0 5B [ 31 1 5C 32 2 5D ] 33 3 5E ^ 34 4 5F - 35 5 60 ` 36 6 7B { 37 7 7C | 38 8 7D } 39 9 7E ~ 9F nil ------------------------------------------------------------------------ The sbig5 codeset is not supported by a locale but only through codeset conversion. Codeset Conversion The following codeset converter pairs are available for converting Traditional Chinese characters between sbig5 and other encoding formats. Refer to iconv_intro(5) for an introduction to codeset conversion. For more information about the other codeset for which sbig5 is the input or output, see the reference page specified in the list item. big5_sbig5, sbig5_big5 Converting from and to the Big-5 codeset: big5(5). Note that Big-5 encoding is equivalent to the Microsoft code-page format used on PCs for Traditional Chinese. Therefore, you can use these converters to convert Traditional Chinese between PC code-page format and Shift Big-5 encoding. eucTW_sbig5, sbig5_eucTW Converting from and to Taiwanese Extended UNIX Code: eucTW(5). SEE ALSO
Commands: locale(1) Others: ascii(5), big5(5), Chinese(5), code_page(5), dechanyu(5), dechanzi(5), eucTW(5), GBK(5), i18n_intro(5), i18n_printing(5), iconv_intro(5), l10n_intro(5), telecode(5) sbig5(5)

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