CJK characters

CJK ( acronym for Chinese, Japanese and Korean writing, English. Chinese -Japanese- Korean) is a term that is used primarily in the electronic data processing in relation to the writings that the Chinese characters (Chinese汉字/汉字, Pinyin Hànzì ) use or have used in Japan as kanji and in North and South Korea as Hanja.

Finding also is the form CJKV that involves not only the three fonts for CJK also Vietnamese and responding to the fact that even the local writing system chu nom used until the 20th century the Chinese characters under the name Hán tự.

CJD is often used in connection with the localization or internationalization, including the Unicode standard, which reflects unified CJK characters (german Han Unification ).