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Wednesday, May 16, 2012

Hey there!

What should be done, if while writing a ה, you wrote the gag and the left regel, and the left regel is touching the gag k'chut hasara, and you have not yet written the right regel?
Is it an issue of chak tuchos to separate the regel from the gag? is this the machlokes of radach "chak tuchos bechatzi os"?

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  1. according Radach it is defintly chok tochos [I think the keset hasofer is machmir at least lechatchila], but in the hai mentioned others may also machmir since the left foot was finished as a pasul it must be totaly erased, but the gag may be left because the right part of the hay wasn't finished. (If I remember correctly, there is a chatam sofer speaking about this ?)
    If it is nogeya I can search the chatam sofer.

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    1. Once you erase the left regel and all you have is a gag there is no tzuros ha-ois so why would you have to also erased that?

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  2. If you could post the Chasam Sofer I would appreciate it. Thanks!

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    2. שו"ת חתם סופר אורח חיים סי' קעח

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    3. does this apply if i first wrote the bottom part of the left regel, and afterwards added the top part (and rounding out the left side), and that's when it connected to the gag (ksav ari), is it clear what i'm saying?

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    4. If the hay was written backwards - first the left foot then the gag, so the negiya occurred while making the gag. If so the gag was written bi'pisul - and in this case the gag [and not the left foot] must be erased.

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    5. no, i'm sorry i wasn't clear enough. first i wrote the gag then the bottom port of the left regel then the top part of the left regel

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  3. If so as explained above only the left foot should be erased, the gag is OK.

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