Swapcase for Titlecase characters
doug at ewellic.org
Sat Mar 19 11:40:06 CDT 2016
Martin J. Dürst wrote:
> Now the question I have is: What to do for titlecase characters?
> [ ... ]
> For example, 'ǅinsi' (jeans) would become 'ǅINSI' with a), 'ǄINSI' (or
> 'ǆinsi') with b), and 'dŽINSI' with c).
For the Latin letters at least, my 0.02 cents' worth (you read that
right) is that they are probably so infrequently used that option (b)
would be just fine.
As one anecdote (which is even less like "data" than two anecdotes), I
could not find any of the characters Ĳ ĳ Ǆ ǅ ǆ Ǉ ǈ ǉ Ǌ ǋ ǌ or their hex
equivalents in any of the CLDR keyboard definitions. I'd imagine that
users just type the two characters separately, and that consequently
most data in the real world is like that.
Doug Ewell | http://ewellic.org | Thornton, CO
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