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Stroke order (simplified Chinese: Á¨Ēť°ļ; traditional Chinese: Á≠Üť†Ü; pinyin: b«źsh√Ļn; Yale: bńĀt seuhn; Japanese: Á≠Üť†Ü hitsujun or śõł„Āćť†Ü kaki-jun; Korean: ŪēĄžąú Á≠Üť†Ü pilsun or Ūöćžąú ŚäÉť†Ü hoeksun; Vietnamese: b√ļt thuŠļ≠n Á≠Üť†Ü) refers to the order in which the strokes of a Chinese character (or Chinese derivative character) are written. A stroke is a movement of a writing instrument on a writing surface. Chinese characters are used in various forms in Chinese, Japanese, Korean, and in Vietnamese. They are known as Hanzi in (Mandarin) Chinese, kanji in Japanese, Hanja in Korean, and H√°n tŠĽĪ in Vietnamese. Stroke order is also attested in other logographic scripts, e.g. cuneiform.

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