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Nov
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revised Are kanji characters made up of radicals only or could they contain strokes that are not radicals?
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Nov
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comment Are kanji characters made up of radicals only or could they contain strokes that are not radicals?
After reading Sheng Jiang's comment I edited my answer to include 乙 as (potentially) a kind of wild card for longer strokes, and to be more explicit about bushu.
Nov
23
revised Are kanji characters made up of radicals only or could they contain strokes that are not radicals?
I made explicit which bushu I am talking about; And elaborated about one stroke bushu taking a hint Sheng Jiang's comment.
Nov
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revised Are kanji characters made up of radicals only or could they contain strokes that are not radicals?
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Nov
22
comment Are kanji characters made up of radicals only or could they contain strokes that are not radicals?
@ShengJiang蒋晟 - thank you (I misread Kiki's Kanji Dictionary instead of simply counting myself). I'll edit the answer. BTW the method of identifying the strokes you use (even though they are different in the Japanese order and 𠃍 might be seen as a a variant of 乙) seems to undermine my assertion that in fact there are strokes that do not map onto bushu - which is somewhat discouraging. :-\
Nov
22
answered Are kanji characters made up of radicals only or could they contain strokes that are not radicals?
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revised How is the “のです” working here?
correcting wrong Markdown numbering, adding linebreaks
Nov
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answered How is the “のです” working here?