[whatwg] contenteditable, <em> and <strong>

Karl Dubost karl at w3.org
Wed Jan 10 22:57:47 PST 2007

Le 10 janv. 2007 à 22:01, Henri Sivonen a écrit :
>> (in Japanese) a switch to katakana,
> Wouldn't a normal Japanese writer enter the text as katakana into  
> the document content instead of requesting the UA to transform  
> hiragana or even kanji to katakana?

katakana is used to represent foreign words. They do not necessary  
have a kanji, expressing the similar concept in japanese.
hiragana is a phonetic system to pronounce the kanjis.

These 3 systems are not equivalent.

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