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Generate compositions, supercompositions and variants for a given Hanzi / Kanji

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CJKradlib

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Generate compositions, supercompositions and variants for a given Hanzi / Kanji, based on cjkvi-ids. (Previously, cjk-decomp.)

Installation

pip install cjkradlib

Also, IDS sequences use full range of CJK ideographs, so the fonts that covers all encoded ideographs (such as HanaMin or Hanamin AFDKO ) should be used.

Usage

from cjkradlib import RadicalFinder
finder = RadicalFinder(lang='zh')  # default is 'zh'
result = finder.search('麻')
print(result.compositions)  # ['广', '林']
print(result.supercompositions)  # ['摩', '魔', '磨', '嘛', '麽', '靡', '糜', '麾']
print(result.variants)  # ['菻']

Supercompositions are based on the character frequency in each language, so altering the language give slightly different results.

from cjkradlib import RadicalFinder
finder = RadicalFinder(lang='jp')
result = finder.search('麻')
print(result.supercompositions)  # ['摩', '磨', '魔', '麿']

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