Cjklib provides language routines related to Han characters (characters based on Chinese characters named Hanzi, Kanji, Hanja and chu Han respectively) used in writing of the Chinese, the Japanese, infrequently the Korean and formerly the Vietnamese language(s). Functionality is included for character pronunciations, radicals, glyph components, stroke decomposition and variant information.
This document is about version 0.3, see http://cjklib.org/ for the newest and http://cjklib.org/current for the current development version. The project is hosted on http://code.google.com/p/cjklib. See http://characterdb.cjklib.org/ for a collaborative effort on gathering language data for cjklib.
>>> from cjklib import characterlookup >>> cjk = characterlookup.CharacterLookup('T') >>> cjk.getCharactersForReading(u'국', 'Hangul') [u'匊', u'國', u'局', u'掬', u'菊', u'跼', u'鞠', u'鞫', u'麯', u'麴']
>>> cjk.getStrokeOrder(u'说') [u'㇔', u'㇊', u'㇔', u'㇒', u'㇑', u'㇕', u'㇐', u'㇓', u'㇟']
>>> from cjklib.reading import ReadingFactory >>> f = ReadingFactory() >>> f.convert(u'lǎoshī', 'Pinyin', 'MandarinIPA') u'lau˨˩.ʂʅ˥˥'
>>> from cjklib.dictionary import EDICT >>> d = EDICT() >>> d.getForTranslation('Tokyo') [EntryTuple(Headword=u'東京', Reading=u'とうきょう', Translation=u'/(n) Tokyo (current capital of Japan)/(P)/')]
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Decomposition data Copyright 2009 by Gavin Grover
Shanghainese pronunciation data Copyright 2010 by Kellen Parker and Allan Simon, http://www.sinoglot.com/wu/tools/data/.
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