1: Start with a stroke near the upper right corner of the Japanese character grid and draw a diagonal line to the lower left corner.
2: Touch the left line from the pen, then touch the line up and to the right, slightly into a semicircle, slash to the lower left corner, and touch the lower line.
3: Do not touch the line, touch the line upwards, do not touch the line to the right, slightly semicircle, and then go to the middle, stop above the dotted line, turn to the bottom right to touch the line, touch the line downward, and bend to the left. The top and bottom are more than half an arc, but the bottom is larger than the top.
4: From the middle of the upper line, slash to the left to the lower box, touch the left line and then cross it, and touch the line to the right. The second stroke went down from less than half of the upper right and slanted down to touch the line below.
5: From less than half of the upper line, go left to the middle grid corner, and then draw a large semicircle above the middle line and touch the right line, and the lower line reaches the left line. .
6: From the upper line to the right, draw an arc to the lower left, touch the left line and the bottom line, circle upwards, draw a small circle, and the super circle above the small circle is a dashed line. 7: Close to the upper line, from the upper left corner to the upper right corner, and then fold diagonally to the bottom, and touch the line at the center to the left.
8: A semicircle from right to left, turn to the lower right, touch the right line, the lower line, the left line, go back up, intersect the original line above the dotted line, and go straight to the upper right corner and leave the pen slightly. 8 is not sealed.
9: The upper circle is a long circle, slightly inclined, the four corners touch the line, and the lower right and the left near the upper right corner are erected to the middle of the lower line.
0: From the upper center to the right, draw an arc to the left, touch the left line below the dashed line, and then touch the lower and right lines to draw an oblique ellipse, and go up to where you started the pen.
10: Among them, 1 is written on the left side of the Tian grid and 0 is written on the right of the Tian grid.
Standard Arabic numerals
(1) Each number should be evenly sized and the stroke should be smooth; each number should be independent and tangible, so that people can see at a glance, and cannot write with a pen.
(2) The writing should be arranged in an orderly manner and the font should be written obliquely from the upper right to the lower left (the numbers and the bottom line are usually inclined at 60 degrees).
(3) Each number written should be close to the bottom line, but not on top. Generally, the number in each cell occupies 1/2 or 2/3. Leave room for correcting the number.
(4) When accounting digital writing, it should be from left to right, the stroke order is from top to bottom, first from left to right, to prevent writing down.
(5) There must be a space of half an Arabic number between adjacent numbers of the same company, but no space can be reserved (it is better not to increase the number).
(6) Numbers other than "4" and "5" must be written in one stroke, and strokes of numbers cannot be artificially added.
(7) The "6" characters should be 1/4 longer than the normal numbers, and the "7" and "9" characters should be 1/4 longer to the lower left (over the bottom line).
(8) For numbers that are easy to be confused and have similar stroke order, when writing, try to write in standard font as much as possible, distinguish the stroke order, avoid confusion, and prevent alteration. For example: "1" cannot be written too short. Keep the inclination and fill up the grid. This will prevent rewriting to "4", "6", "7", and "9". When writing "6", you must fill it up. The lower circle of the grid must be obvious to prevent it from being rewritten as "8"; the pen-writing of the characters "7" and "9" can extend below the bottom line; the circles of "6", "8", "9", and "0" must be seal.