Wolfgang Hadamitzky


Japan-related Textbooks, Dictionaries, and Reference Works



Works: Electronic Publications


All publications are arranged according to the year of the first appearance.



::::: 1986 :::::

Kanji & Kana. The C-64 program based on the Textbook and Lexicon of Japanese Writing by Wolfgang Hadamitzky. Programming: Claus-Ulrich Liepke.
Berlin: Ostasien-Verlag 1986-1988. 3 floppy disks, manual.

The world-wide first kanji study program for microcomputers. With radicals of each of the 500 characters highlighted in colour. It was awarded the “Förderpreis des Deutschen Softwarepreises 1986 für die Sekundarstufe 2”.

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::::: 1989 :::::

MacSUNRISE Script. Kanji Study Program and Electronic Character Dictionary. Programming from version 2: Jörg Ruminski. [Version 1 was published as “MacJAIL”]
Berlin: JAPAN Media 1989. Version 3.2 1994. 1 CD-ROM, 2 floppy disks, manual (in English)

Script 500: all Kana, 500 Kanji
Script 2000: all Kana, 2,000 Kanji

The data is based on the book Kanji & Kana. Meanings and explanations of kanji and composites are presented in 7 languages, i.e. German, English, French, Spanish, Portuguese, Italian, and Hungarian.

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::::: 1993 :::::

MacSUNRISE KanjiBank. Japanese-German Character Dictionary. With M. Spahn, O. Putz, H. Arnold-Kanamori, T. Frischkorn, N. Günther. Programming: Jörg Ruminski.
Berlin: JAPAN Media 1993. Version 1.3.1 1995. 1 CD-ROM, 2 floppy disks, manual (in English)

The data is basically identical with the Langenscheidt’s Großwörterbuch Japanisch – Zeichenwörterbuch. The English version of this dictionary was published as “MacSUNRISE Kanji Dictionary”.

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Wolfgang Hadamitzky

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