My name is Wei Ching Tang
my email is wctang(at)csie.nctu.edu.tw
Welcome !! Are you going to do some transaltions on this wiki as well? --PierreGaston
I have a question related to using multiple languages . I would like to identify chinese text. I think the best way to do this is list 10 or 20 common characters. Can you propose a list of these characters?
How about this for a start, based upon some chinese course material I found via Google :
啊 吧 地 和 会 就 了 吗 哪 那 是 要
What do you think?
If we ever add Japanese, we will put some Hiragana on the Japanese list… – AlexSchroeder
I think it will be:
的 一 我 是 有 但 這 这 你 和 了 不 啊 要 好 沒
Thanks for the list; I’m using your list, now. We’ll think about the distinction between traditional and simplified Chinese when somebody comes along and adds some simplified Chinese pages. Thanks for your contributions! – Alex.
After i seach the related data, this list may be more usefull, the second column is the character, and the fifth column are the frequency,
的 一 是 不 有 在 人 我 大 了 中 以 會 為 這 上 來 個 要
this is only used for taiwan.