Hiragana tester

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I put together a simple javascript application that drills you on Japanese Hiragana. At the moment it only supports 15 characters, which is about all I can handle at the moment. :-)

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hey, I like this tester. I really like the fact that you have to type in the sound of the character, as opposed to pushing a button because I tend to remember the position of the character in the 50 hiragana chart better than I remember the way the character sounds. any chance of getting the rest of the characters in sometime? (soon?)thanks!

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