IME (Input Method Editor, for converting Kana to Kanji)
In Japanese Pen Services 1.1 (for Windows 3.1) special extensions to the
system IME were required to convert handwritten characters to Kanji. For Windows 95,
the IME has become standardized as a system DLL, with a new, extended API set.
No special API set is required for use with handwriting input.
Although the IME shipped with Windows 3.1 for Pen may be used in Windows 95,
it cannot be used to convert handwritten characters into Kanji. Some of the
original 1.1 Pen APIs used for Kana to Kanji conversion have been updated, and
remain backwardly compatible, and some new APIs have been added. For more
information, see Chapter 10, "Pen Application Programming Interface Functions."
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