Tokens to Display the sexagesimal names of Korean days and years

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Tokens to Display the sexagesimal names of Korean days and years

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The tokens used to display the Korean sexagesimal names of days and years are:

 

[krDyS]
[krDyB]

These mixed-source tokens display only the stem or branch, respectively, of the Korean day name (stem and branch), in the language of the token. These tokens are a bit special because they have default values that will be displayed automatically and therefore you will usually not need to specify a translation in the tokens manager.

[krDySB]

Displays both the stem and branch and is equivalent to the use of the 2 tokens above together.

[krYear]

This mixed-source token displays the animal year name (dragon, snake, tiger, ...), in the language of the token using any character type that was used to specify its translation in the Tokens Manager.

[krYrS]
[krYrB]

These mixed-source tokens display only the stem or branch, respectively, of the Korean year name (stem and branch), in the language of the token. These tokens are a bit special because they have default values that will be displayed automatically and therefore you will usually not need to specify a translation in the tokens manager.

[krYrSB]

Displays both the stem and branch and is equivalent to the use of the 2 tokens above together.

 

If you also want to display the Korean character for the word "year", to the right of the result for the [krYrSB] token, then append the letter "n" to it so that the token becomes [krYrSBn].


Topic 177805 updated on 09-May-2013.
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