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Old 09-25-2005, 01:33 PM   #5
saltlakeaiki
 
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Re: English to kanji translation

I would reiterate the caution about trusting the output of an automated translator. Even the best of them are extremely limited. Often you'll get an acceptable/understandable output, but it won't be nearly as good as a human could do.

Also, I note that you ask for an English to Kanji translation, but this doesn't quite make sense. Do you mean English to Japanese? Kanji is not a language, only a writing system, and the phrase you want to translate may not be renderable entirely in Kanji.

If you tell us what it is you're trying to translate, we can probably help you quite easily.

Dave

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