CJK Compatibility Forms

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CJK Compatibility Forms
Range U+FE30..U+FE4F
(32 code points)
Plane BMP
Scripts Common
Assigned 32 code points
Unused 0 reserved code points
Source standards CNS 11643
Unicode version history
1.0.0 28 (+28)
3.2 30 (+2)
4.0 32 (+2)
Note: [1][2]

CJK Compatibility Forms is a Unicode block containing vertical glyph variants for east Asian compatibility.

CJK Compatibility Forms[1]
Official Unicode Consortium code chart (PDF)
  0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 A B C D E F
U+FE3x ︿
U+FE4x
Notes
1.^ As of Unicode version 9.0

History[edit]

The following Unicode-related documents record the purpose and process of defining specific characters in the CJK Compatibility Forms block:

Version Final code points[a] Count L2 ID WG2 ID Document
1.0.0 U+FE30..FE44, FE49..FE4F 28 (to be determined)
3.2 U+FE45..FE46 2 L2/99-238 Consolidated document containing 6 Japanese proposals, 1999-07-15 
N2092 Addition of forty eight characters, 1999-09-13 
L2/00-024 Shibano, Kohji (2000-01-31), JCS proposal revised 
L2/00-098 N2195 Rationale for non-Kanji characters proposed by JCS committee, 2000-03-15 
L2/01-114 N2328 Summary of Voting on SC 2 N 3503, ISO/IEC 10646-1: 2000/PDAM 1, 2001-03-09 
4.0 U+FE47..FE48 2 L2/99-353 N2056 "3", Amendment of the part concerning the Korean characters in ISO/IEC 10646-1:1998 amendment 5, 1999-07-29 
L2/99-380 Proposal for a New Work item (NP) to amend the Korean part in ISO/IEC 10646-1:1993, 1999-12-07 
L2/99-380.1 "3", Cover page and Outline of the proposal, 1999-12-07 
L2/99-380.3 Annex B, Special characters compatible with KPS 9566-97 (To be extended), 1999-12-07 
L2/00-084 N2182 "3", Amendment of the part concerning the Korean characters in ISO/IEC 10646-1:1998 amendment 5, 1999-12-07 
L2/99-382 Whistler, Ken (1999-12-09), "2.3", Comments to accompany a U.S. NO vote on JTC1 N5999, SC2 N3393, New Work item proposal (NP) for an amendment of the Korean part of ISO/IEC 10646-1:1993 
L2/00-066 N2170 "3", The technical justification of the proposal to amend the Korean character part of ISO/IEC 10646-1 (proposed addition of 79 symbolic characters), 2000-02-10 
L2/00-073 N2167 Karlsson, Kent (2000-03-02), Comments on DPRK New Work Item proposal on Korean characters 
L2/00-285 N2244 Proposal for the Addition of 82 Symbols to ISO/IEC 10646-1:2000, 2000-08-10 
L2/00-291 Everson, Michael (2000-08-30), Comments to Korean proposals (L2/00-284 - 289) 
N2282 Report of the meeting of the Korean script ad hoc group, 2000-09-21 
L2/01-349 N2374 Proposal to add of 70 symbols to ISO/IEC 10646-1:2000, 2001-09-03 
L2/01-387 N2390 Kim, Kyongsok (2001-10-13), ROK's Comments about DPRK's proposal, WG2 N 2374, to add 70 symbols to ISO/IEC 10646-1:2000 
L2/01-388 N2392 Kim, Kyongsok (2001-10-16), A Report of Korean Script ad hoc group meeting on Oct. 15, 2001 
L2/01-458 N2407 Umamaheswaran, V. S. (2001-11-16), Request to Korean ad hoc group to generate mapping tables between ROK and DPRK national standards 
L2/02-372 N2453 Umamaheswaran, V. S. (2002-10-30), Unconfirmed minutes of WG 2 meeting 42 
  1. ^ Proposed code points and characters names may differ from final code points and names

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Unicode character database". The Unicode Standard. Retrieved 2016-07-09. 
  2. ^ "Enumerated Versions of The Unicode Standard". The Unicode Standard. Retrieved 2016-07-09.