October 10, 2006
CJKV: A Brief Introduction
Anonymous Reader writes "Internationalization is a complex but increasingly important factor in designing software because of the great diversity in human languages and the rapidly growing use of computers in non-English speaking countries. Chinese characters require particular attention because of the major differences from Roman letters and other phonetic writing systems and because they are used by about a quarter of the world's population. This article by The Linux Information Project (LINFO) introduces some of the key issues regarding East Asian languages in software internationalization."