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Do you think this is a potential problem? English has the same problem. Some Latin characters have typographical variants, and especially 'g' has a well-known "double-story" variant that is usually not used for handwriting. According to this article, English speakers are almost unaware of this, but this is indeed a confusing problem to people who ...


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I noticed that a lot of them uses the gothic font, meaning that さ will be written as 2 strokes and not 3. That may be true, but with the Gothic (sans-serif) font I have always considered the second stroke to be a two-part stroke. So while it's technically only two strokes, I think of it as a character written with three parts. Do you think this is a ...


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Looks like 数 (かず), meaning number.


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