A 05:15 98-03-18 -0800, John Clews a écrit :
>I have been comparing the repertoires and the orders shown in ISO/IEC
>10646 and in ISO/IEC FCD 14651 - the latter appears to show slight
>variations in ordering of accented characters, unless I have misread
>the listing slightly.
I think you can't rely on the order in 10646, it is not an ordering
standard and the wrongness of accents' order begins with the first page,
Latin 1. Grave accent is placed there before acute accent, which appears
odd in most languages which use these 2 accents simultaneously.
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