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a simple interactive tool to convert Simplified Chinese (typed by pinyin) to Traditional Chinese 简繁中文转换

Terminal - a simple interactive tool to convert Simplified Chinese (typed by pinyin) to Traditional Chinese 简繁中文转换
echo "Simplied Chinese:"; while read -r line; do echo "Traditional Chinese:"; echo $line | iconv -f utf8 -t gb2312 | iconv -f gb2312 -t big5 | iconv -f big5 -t utf8; done
2011-03-11 12:26:25
User: dexterhu
Functions: echo iconv read
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a simple interactive tool to convert Simplified Chinese (typed by pinyin) to Traditional Chinese 简繁中文转换

a simple interactive tool to convert Simplified Chinese (typed by pinyin) to Traditional Chinese

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"typed by pinyin"? That is already ASCII to begin with.

Comment by mhs 218 weeks ago

You need to install Chinese pinyin input method first.

Comment by dexterhu 204 weeks and 1 day ago

You need to install Chinese pinyin input method first.

Comment by dexterhu 204 weeks and 1 day ago

You need to install Chinese pinyin input method first. i.e. you will type in Chinese characters in a terminal followed by "Enter", which will give its traditional version in a new line.

Comment by dexterhu 204 weeks and 1 day ago

You need to install Chinese pinyin input method first. i.e. you will type in Chinese characters in a terminal followed by "Enter", which will give its traditional version in a new line.

Comment by dexterhu 204 weeks and 1 day ago

You need to install Chinese pinyin input method first. i.e. you will type in Chinese characters in a terminal followed by "Enter", which will give its traditional version in a new line.

Comment by dexterhu 204 weeks and 1 day ago

You need to install Chinese pinyin input method first. i.e. you will type in Chinese characters in a terminal followed by "Enter", which will give its traditional version in a new line.

Comment by dexterhu 204 weeks and 1 day ago

sorry about multiple posts.

Comment by dexterhu 204 weeks and 1 day ago

terrible idea. about 20% of simplified and traditional characters are not bijective mappings. so 20% of the output of this will be wrong.

wikipedia's s > t conversion tables are always expanding. they're based on a variety of sources, and someone has already written a helper library for using the conversion tables bit of the wikimedia source code...

Comment by dragoncat 185 weeks and 2 days ago

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