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This {{{1}}}-{{{2}}}{{{3}}} image depicting the stroke order of the character {{{1}}} in [[:Category:{{{2}}}{{{3}}} stroke order images|{{{2}}}{{{3}}} style]].

This image is part of the Commons:Stroke Order Project(zh-de-ja), a project to create a complete set of images depicting the right stroke order (Protocols).
The 214 Kangxi radicals have been completed. We currently work on the most frequent characters. Help is welcome.

Date See the date of the upload in the "File history" section.
Source For shape and stroke order :
ROC: 常用國字標準字體筆順手冊 (Stroke order 14 rules), by the Taiwan Ministry of Education. Book available online (authoritative work). ISBN 957-00-7082-X
PRC: 现代汉语通用字笔顺规范, 453pages, 1997, editeur: 语文出版社, ISBN:7801262018 (Authoritative)
Japan: 筆順指導の手びき (Hitsujun shidō no tebiki), 1958. (Authoritative from 1958 to 1977)
Note: nowadays, the Japanese Ministry of Education let editors set freely a character's stroke order, which all should « follow commonsensical orders which are widely accepted in the society ».
Hong Kong: Lexical Items with English Explanations for Fundamental Chinese Learning in Hong Kong Schools - stroke orders following the List of Graphemes of Commonly-used Chinese Characters by Hong Kong's Education Bureau.
Check for {{{1}}} in : Graphic etymology - UniHan data - [[:wikt:{{{1}}}|Wiktionary]] - Animated Character project - VisualMandarin - Yellowbridge.
Author See user in the "File history" section.
(Reusing this file)

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This is an attempt to set up an universal template for the Commons:Stroke Order Project. When you upload a stroke order image, please use this template.

This template takes three to eight variables:

{{SOlicense|<character>|<variant>|<image-type>.<suffix>|<extra info>|<radical_number>|<alternation>|date=<0000-00-00>|author=<[[User:Username|Username]]>}}


  1. <character> is the character itself,
  2. <variant> is a single letter indicating which standard the character is in:
    • (nothing) for PRC
    • "t" for ROC if it does not match PRC
    • "h" for HK if it matches neither PRC nor ROC
    • "j" for Japan if it matches none of PRC, ROC, or HK
    • "i" for traditional stroke order if it matches none of PRC, ROC, HK, or Japan
      Please use no other values.
  3. <image-type> is a string indicating the image type:
    • "bw" for image sequences (the black and white images)
    • "red" for the red gradient images
    • "order" for gif animations
      <suffix> is a file-type suffix (such as "png" or "gif")
  4. <extra info> is an optional field for extra information or various comments. Please refrain from adding linguistic information as other websites provide such data with more accuracy than we can guarantee.
  5. <radical_number> This 5th parameter is an optional field, passing a number <###> between 1 and 214 to the template. Only if this parameter is used, an additional [[Category:Radical ###]] will be generated.
    Of course, this parameter is only for the Chinese Radical characters, or its variants, which belong to the 214 Traditional Radicals.
    Chinese non-radical characters, i.e. with additional strokes, should be assigned to the correct category with the parameter r=.
  6. <alternation> This 6th parameter is an optional field, it may be used to mark that the image shows an alternation of a character. That parameter may also be used to categorize the image to the “abw”/“ared”/“aorder”-category. The value(s) may be:
    • (nothing)
    • "a" for an alternation
      → please set in <variable 1> always the imaged character, not the main character
    • "c" for a cursive image form (if we need a “corder”-category for that; not yet implemented)
    • date for a defined date instead of the default "look in file info"
    • author for defined author info instead of the default "look in file info"

The named parameter r= should be used to define the category for non-radical characters:

r=### (1...214) for characters of the CJK Unified Ideographs (Unicode 4E00-9FFF)
r=0 for characters outside of this Unicode block


{{SOlicense|罒||order.gif||122|a}}  (Alternation of Radical 122 网, “a...”-category)

See also