This might be computer science related question.

I am manipulating Japanese data and in some Japanese words, there are English words and Numbers are in.

SYSKEN, 松井ケ丘3, コメリH&G, 篠路7-1 are the examples.

I see spacing between 'special characters', which are not Japanese/Kanji. I am trying to find convert them to normal(I guess it does not look normal to Japanese) English like "SYSKEN, 松井ケ丘3, コメリH&G, 篠路7-1" but I cannot start to where.

What those fonts? or spacing rules are called in Japan or world wide?

Please guide me to solve my assginments :(

closed as off-topic by istrasci, virmaior, Blavius, Dono, ajsmart Sep 14 at 13:31

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halfwidth / fullwidth forms this is the keyword and a starting point.

Sorry for bothering

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Halfwidth_and_fullwidth_forms

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