À 12:56 2000-03-21 -0800, Magda Danish (Unicode) a écrit:
>I am in search of a list of languages for which case sensitivity becomes an
>issue whenever searches or sorts are performed on those languages.
>Most languages following into this category, as I understand, are either
>European or Middle Eastern.
>Can you provide this list or point me to a document, resource or person who
>has this information?
[Alain] For some languages it might not matter much but matter in
exceptional cases. In French, for example, « le Français » and « le
français » mean different things (the first one means « the Frenchman »,
the second means « the French language », but this is much more exceptional
a difference than in German (although it also obeys to a strict rule in
French, it is not randomly occuring).
These were my two cents... if it may be useful info.
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