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Direc­tory language/korean/kotex-plain



kotex-plain is a package for typesetting Hangul, the native 
alphabet of the Korean language, using plain TeX engine.
The input Korean text should be encoded in UTF-8.
kotex-plain belongs to ko.TeX, a comprehensive Korean typesetting 
system together with kotex-utf, kotex-oblivoir, kotex-utils,
cjk-ko, xetexko, and luatexko.


### TeXinputs

    kotexplain.tex -> tex/plain/kotex/
    kotexutf.tex -> tex/plain/kotex/
    kotexutf-core.tex -> tex/plain/kotex/
    hangulcweb.tex -> tex/plain/kotex/

### Documents

    README (this file) -> doc/plain/kotex/
    ChangeLog -> doc/plain/kotex/


To typeset Hangul, start your document as follows:

    \input kotexplain

You should use `etex` or `pdftex` commands to compile the document
since kotex-plain uses e-TeX primitives. Also keep in mind that 
Korean documents needs to be encoded in UTF-8.

To specify Hangul fonts, you can use the following methods:

* `\hfont{outbb}{at 12pt}`: This command set the current Hangul font
as 12 point bold.  This is the most general way of specifying
Hangul fonts.
* `\hfontname{outbtb}`: This is equivallent to `\hfont{outbb}{}`, which
only applies bold typeface to the current font.
* `\hfontsize{at 12pt}`: This command changes the size of the current
font as 12 point. Same effect can be achieved by `\hfont{}{at 12pt}`.

To use CWEB system for literate programming, you can use `hangulcweb.tex`
as follows:

    \input hangulcweb

For more information, please refer to the kotex-utf package documentation 
(written in Korean).


kotex-plain is licensed under the LaTeX Project Public
License (LPPL) version 1.3c or later.


Please report any errors or suggestions to the package maintainer,
Kihwang Lee <leekh at ktug org>.

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ko­tex-plain – Macros for type­set­ting Korean un­der Plain

The pack­age pro­vides macros for type­set­ting Han­gul, the na­tive al­pha­bet of the Korean lan­guage, us­ing plain *. In­put Korean text should be en­coded in UTF-8.

The pack­age is be­longs to the ko. bun­dle.

Li­cense The Project Public Li­cense 1.3
Main­tainerKi­h­wang Lee
Con­tained inTeX Live as ko­tex-plain
MiKTeX as ko­tex-plain
Topics con­ver­sion be­tween en­cod­ings
sup­port for type­set­ting Korean
ex­ten­sions to Plain for higher-level con­structs
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