A 04:17 98-03-12 -0800, Jeroen Hellingman a écrit :
>his field of knowledge, ASCII can be overseen, but Unicode is too large
>for most people to oversee the effects of a range selection.
Even ASCII range is problematic in English...
"A to Z" does not imply "a to z", does it ?
One should not expect the end-user to know what is under the hood!
And "A to z" leads to no hit in EBCDIC, while "a to Z" will leads to no hit
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