LATIN CAPITAL LETTER SHARP S officially recognized
Michael Everson via Unicode
unicode at unicode.org
Sat Jul 1 06:49:20 CDT 2017
On 1 Jul 2017, at 10:34, Werner LEMBERG via Unicode <unicode at unicode.org> wrote:
> It's even more complicated. Take for example the word `Straße'
> (street), which gets capitalized as `STRASSE’.
Or as STRAẞE.
> In Germany and Austria this word gets hyphenated as `STRA-SSE' (since hyphenation is not
> influenced by the ß→SS substitution). However, in Switzerland it gets
> hyphenated as `STRAS-SE', since Swiss German doesn't use ß; instead,
> `ss' gets treated as a normal double consonant.
It would be hyphenated STRA-ẞE in any case.
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