- In traditional Chinese (based on the character form used in Taiwan), the 述 component under the grass radical contains 朮.
- In mainland China (based on the Xin Zixing 新字形 standardized character form), the 述 component under the grass radical contains 术 instead.
- In Japanese kanji, this character is encoded with a slightly different form. The component 术 is written under the grass radical, giving the form of 𦬸 which is enclosed by 辶 as its bottom left component.
- A separate character, 𦳯 (
U+26CEF) exists for a variant form found in the historical Chinese dictionary Jiyun 《集韻》 which is similar to its Japanese form.
蒁 (Kangxi radical 140, 艸+9 in traditional Chinese and Japanese, 艸+8 in mainland China, 13 strokes in Chinese in traditional Chinese, 11 strokes in mainland China, 12 strokes in Japanese, cangjie input 廿卜戈木 (TYID) or 卜廿戈木 (YTID), four-corner 44309, composition ⿱艹述(GT) or ⿺辶𦬸(J))
Although the basic components of the character is the same, the components have different stroke counts:
- In traditional Chinese: 艹 (4 strokes) + 辶 (4 strokes) + 朮 (5 strokes) - Total: 13 strokes
- In mainland China: 艹 (3 strokes) + 辶 (3 strokes) + 术 (5 strokes) - Total: 11 strokes
- In Japanese: 艹 (3 strokes) + 辶 (4 strokes) + 术 (5 strokes) - Total: 12 strokes
- KangXi: not present, would follow page 1047, character 67
- Dai Kanwa Jiten: character 31477
- Hanyu Da Zidian (first edition): volume 6, page 3856, character 1
- Unihan data for U+8481