CJK Strokes 31C0—31EF

  • Number of characters: 48
  • type: syllabary
  • Languages: chinese
  • Countries: Peru, Laos, North Korea, China, Cambodia, Japan, Guam, Taiwan, South Korea, Vietnam, Somalia, Sudan, Israel, Singapore, Philippines, Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand

CJKV strokes are the calligraphic strokes needed to write the Chinese characters in regular script used in East Asia. CJK strokes are the classified set of line patterns that may be arranged and combined to form Chinese characters (also known as Hanzi) in use in China, Japan, Korea, and to a lesser extent in Vietnam.

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