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% This is the file rubytest.tex of the CJK package
%   for testing ruby with LaTeX2e
%
% created by Werner Lemberg <wl@gnu.org>
%
% Version 4.8.4 (18-Apr-2015)

% You should load this file into Mule with `*internal*' encoding scheme
% (C-u C-x C-f) and call `cjk-write-file' (M-x cjk-write-file).
% `cjk-write-file' has a shortcut: C-c SPC C-x.
% Then run LaTeX on the created file `rubytest.cjk'.
%
% `cjk-write-file' will be available after loading cjk-enc.el into Mule
% (Emacs 20) with the commands load-file or load-library.
% If you didn't touch the default Debian installation, then this is
% already taken care of.

\documentclass[12pt]{article}

\usepackage[overlap, CJK]{ruby}
\usepackage{pinyin}

\CJKencfamily{Bg5}{bsmi}
\CJKencfamily[dnp]{JIS}{min}

\CJKfontenc{JIS}{dnp}

\renewcommand{\rubysep}{-0.3ex}


\begin{document}

{
\rubylatin
\renewcommand{\rubysize}{1}

\ruby{\wo3}{���} \ruby{\hen3}{���} \ruby{\xi3}{���}\ruby{\huan1}{���}
\ruby{\chi1}{���} \ruby{\Zhong1}{���}\ruby{\guo2}{���}
\ruby{\cai4}{���}\ruby{.}{���}
}

\Large

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\end{document}

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