Please correct me if I'm wrong. Did you imply, by using your name
as an example, that *no* locale changes the order of *any* Latin
letter at level 1? I thought, (perhaps I imagined ;-), that Mark's
fear was that somewhere there could be a locale which makes words
sorted differently even at the first level.
If in reality the answer to my question is "yes", then the locale
issue is handled by "tailoring" at lower levels. Correct?
On Tue, 4 Feb 1997, Alain LaBont/e'/ wrote:
> >Do I need different version of the UCS2 locale for each possible
> >interpretation of "[a-z]" I need for Vietnamese?
> That's the idea of a traditional locale. However in ISO/IEC CD 14651 we
> completely redefine the comparison operation (we introduce the concept of
> equivalence at different levels of comparison) and that allows you to do all
> that with a single operation without changing locales...
> Hence "La Bonté" is equivalent to "labonte" at level 1, it is not at level 2
> or higher... it is equivalent to "labonté" at level 2, it is not at level 3
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