Mon, 05 Mar 2007
Japanese Numbers and Times
The topic of recent Japanese lessons was dates, time, and numbers. I found that even though I can say the numbers properly, I am very slow with it, as I always have to count from 1 to the desired number to find the right word :-(. So I have decided to write computer-based selftests for Japanese numbers, dates, and time.
For a long time I wanted to get know the applications
for self-tests in our Information system.
Japanese selftests were a good excuse to learn this agenda.
are available for anyone logged in to the IS MU. Click to the green icon
to the left of the "
.qdesc" file, and choose "Click to work
with ROPOT." ("Zodpovědět odpovědník" in Czech).
As a side effect, I put the code for converting integers to Kanji and Hiragana
to a separate module, so when I get some time to package it, I will upload
it to CPAN, probably as
Numbers::Japanese or something similar.