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wnn_cvt_key_tbl(4) [sunos man page]

wnn_cvt_key_tbl(4)						   File Formats 						wnn_cvt_key_tbl(4)

NAME
wnn_cvt_key_tbl - Kana-Kanji conversion front end processor (uum) key code conversion table file SYNOPSIS
/usr/lib/locale/ja/wnn/cvt_key_tbl DESCRIPTION
cvt_key_tbl defines the conversion table for terminfo entry and key code. uum(1) converts the input strings to key code by using of ter- minfo and cvt_key_tbl. If each escape sequence character is input for more than 1 second, uum converts it as each separate character. Syntax terminfo_entry code A space character is necessary between terminfo_entry and code. Lines beginning with a semicolon (;) are comments. terminto_Therfollowing terminfo entries are converted. kf0 kf1 kf2 kf3 kf4 kf5 kf6 kf7 kf8 kf9 kf10 kf11 kf12 kf13 kf14 kf15 kf16 kf17 kf18 kf19 kf20 kf21 kf22 kf23 kf24 kf25 kf26 kf27 kf28 kf29 kf30 kf31 kbs ktbc kclr kctab kdch1 kdl1 kcud1 krmir kel ked khome kich1 kil1 kcub1 kll knp kpp kcuf1 kind kri khts kcuu1 code One charaIndicatesuliteralacharacter.nd "^" ^ charactcharacter indicates @, A (a), B (b), C (c), D (d), E (e), F (f), ..., Z (z), [, , ], ^, and _, ^@ indicates control + space (0x00), ^A indicates control + A (0x01), ..., and ^_ indicates control + _ (0x1f). octal nuDirectlyospecifiesecharactermcode.mber, xhexadecimal number , , , , f, e, E indicates newline, indicates tab,  indicates backspace, indicates return (RETURN), f indicates form feed, e indicates escape (ESC), and E indicates escape (ESC). charactePossible characters are any characters except the following: 0 through 7, o, d, x, n, t, b, r, f, e, E. itself is repreasented by "\". EXAMPLES
Example 1: kf1 x81 kf2 x82 kf3 x83 kf4 x84 kcud1 x92 kcub1 x91 kcuf1 x90 kcuu1 x93 SEE ALSO
uum(1), uumkey(4), wnn_2A_CTRL(4) NOTES
Code converted by this table is evaluated by the roman character-Kana conversion Automaton table 2A_CTRL (default) and then by uumkey. SunOS 5.10 10 Jan 2003 wnn_cvt_key_tbl(4)

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jiskanji(5)							File Formats Manual						       jiskanji(5)

NAME
jiskanji, jiskanji7, JIS7 - A character encoding system (codeset) for Japanese DESCRIPTION
JIS Kanji is a codeset that uses the JIS X0202 symbol extension method for encoding the JIS X0208 and JIS X0201 character sets. There are two types of JIS Kanji encoding: 7-bit JIS Kanji code and 8-bit JIS Kanji code. 7-bit JIS Kanji Code In 7-bit JIS Kanji encoding, all character values are 7-bit bytes. Characters are interpreted according to preceding in and out sequences as follows: Kanji in sequence (ESC $ B) The code values following the Kanji in sequence (ESC $ B) are treated as characters in the JIS X0208 Kanji character set. Kanji out sequence (ESC ( B) The code values following the Kanji out sequence (ESC ( B) are treated as ASCII characters. Supplementary Kanji in sequence (ESC $ ( D) The code values following the supplementary Kanji in sequence (ESC $ ( D) are treated as characters in the JIS X0212 supplementary Kanji character set. User-Defined Character (UDC) in sequence (ESC $ ( 0) The code values following the UDC in sequence (ESC $ ( 0) are treated as characters in the vendor-defined or user-defined character set. Kana in (SO) and Kana out (SI) sequences The code values following SO(0x0e) and preceding SI(0x0f) are treated as characters in the JIS X0201 Katakana character set. Katakana in sequence (ESC ( I) Code values following the Katakana in sequence (ESC ( I) are treated as characters in the JIS X0201 Katakana character set. In this case, the Kanji out sequence is used to switch back to ASCII code. The Katakana in and Kanji out sequences are an alternative to using the Kana in and out sequences (SO/SI). 8-bit JIS Kanji Code In 8-bit JIS Kanji encoding, the JIS X0201 Katakana characters are represented as 8-bit bytes. Using this form of encoding, in and out sequences have the following effect: Kanji in sequence (ESC $ B) Code values following the Kanji in sequence (ESC $ B) are treated as characters in the JIS X0208 Kanji character set. Supplementary Kanji in sequence (ESC $ ( D) Code values following the supplementary Kanji in sequence (ESC $ ( D) are treated as characters in the JIS X0212 supplementary Kanji character set. User-Defined Character (UDC) in sequence (ESC $ ( 0) Code values following the UDC in sequence (ESC $ ( 0) are treated as vendor-defined or user-defined characters. Kanji out sequence (ESC ( B) Code values following the Kanji out sequence (ESC ( B) are treated as ASCII characters. Kana in and out sequences (SI/SO) These sequences are ignored. Codeset Conversion The following codeset converter pairs are available for converting Japanese characters between jiskanji7 or JIS7 and other encoding for- mats. The RESTRICTIONS section discusses some conversion limitations that apply to these converters. Refer to iconv_intro(5) for an introduction to codeset conversion. For more information about the other codeset for which jiskanji7 or JIS7 is the input or output, see the reference page specified in the list item. deckanji_jiskanji7 or deckanji_JIS7, jiskanji7_deckanji or JIS7_deckanji Converting from and to the DEC Kanji codeset: deckanji(5). eucJP_jiskanji7 or eucJP_JIS7, jiskanji7_eucJP or JIS7_eucJP Converting from and to Japanese Extended UNIX Code: eucJP(5). eucTW_jiskanji7 or eucTW_JIS7, jiskanji7_eucTW or JIS7_eucTW Converting from and to Taiwanese Extended UNIX Code: eucTW(5). sdeckanji_jiskanji7 or sdeckanji_JIS7, jiskanji7_sdeckanji or JIS7_sdeckanji Converting from and to the Super DEC Kanji codeset: sdeckanji(5). SJIS_jiskanji7 or SJIS_JIS7, jiskanji7_SJIS or JIS7_SJIS Converting from and to Shift JIS format: SJIS(5). Shift JIS encoding format is identical to encoding in Microsoft code-pages used on PC systems. Therefore, you can use these convert- ers to convert Japanese characters between JIS Kanji and PC code-page format. For general information on how the operating system supports PC code pages, see code_page(5). RESTRICTIONS
The JIS Kanji codeset is not supported directly by a locale but through code conversion (through the iconv utility, Japanese terminal (tty) code conversion, and so forth). In the codeset naming conventions used by the iconv utility, the string JIS7 indicates 7-bit JIS Kanji code that follows a Katakana in sequence and the string jiskanji7 indicates 7-bit JIS Kanji code entered between Kana in and out sequences. The following sequences are valid for input to the iconv utility but are not generated when code is converted to jiskanji7: Kanji in (ESC $ @) Kanji in (ESC & @ ESC $ B) Kanji in (ESC $ ( B) Kanji in (ESC $ ( @) Supplementary Kanji in (ESC $ D) Kana in (ESC ( J) Kana in (ESC ( H) In the code naming conventions of the Japanese terminal, the string jis7 indicates 7-bit JIS Kanji code and the string jis8 indicates 8-bit JIS Kanji code. When the terminal code is set to jis7, the Kana in and out sequences (SI/SO) are used for JIS X0201 Katakana character rep- resentation. SEE ALSO
Commands: locale(1) Others: ascii(5), code_page(5), deckanji(5), eucJP(5), i18n_intro(5), i18n_printing(5), iconv_intro(5), iso2022jp(5), Japanese(5), l10n_intro(5), sdeckanji(5), shiftjis(5) jiskanji(5)

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