This is a Python wrapper to libcangjie, the library implementing the Cangjie input method.
Below is a trivial example of how to use it:
import cangjie cj = cangjie.Cangjie(cangjie.versions.CANGJIE3, cangjie.filters.BIG5 | cangjie.filters.HKSCS) for c in cj.get_characters("a*y"): print(c)
For more details, refer to the documentation, either online or the one shipped with this software.
pycangjie is offered under the terms of the GNU Lesser General Public License, either version 3 or any later version.
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