> Canadian ordering standard CAN/CSA Z243.4.1 also sorts the whole
> r=E9pertoire. And CAN/CSA Z243.230 defines code-independent LOCALEs (one
> French, one English) based on this r=E9pertoire, both provided with 3
> charmaps (one for ISO/IEC 8859-1 [one more charmap to be added, the same =
> 8859-1 plus the extra characters of -15], one for ISO/IEC 6937, and one f=
> the UCS]).
Oh, I always thought you had 3 repertoiremaps, not 3 charmaps.
I think the latter makes more sense.
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