[erlang-questions] erlang and Kara

David King <>
Sun Nov 18 19:50:06 CET 2007


> I couldn't figure out the trailing numbers, so I found another
> page where they were spelled out as piáo, chóng, jiǎ,
> and http://www.newconceptmandarin.com/support/Intro_Pinyin.asp
> helped me practice the pronounciation.

They are tone numbers. http://www.wku.edu/~shizhen.gao/Chinese101/ 
pinyin/tones.htm
On the site you link, "first tone" corresponds to a trailing 1 on the  
syllable.


>
> Pew!
>
> BR,
> Ulf W
>
> 2007/11/18, Anthony Kong <>:
>> In traditional Chinese (Taiwan, Hong Kong): 瓢蟲 or simply 甲蟲
>>
>> (Hope you can read these characters :-) )
>>
>> Cheers
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