Michael Everson wrote:
> I stand corrected.
> Michael Everson
As must we both, because I must ask the list to accept a further
correction. (E-mail sometimes flows so fast, one doesn't take the time
one should to proof it.) Michael's msg missed out on not one, but two,
words of our Irish "Quick brown fox" sentence, which reads, in full:
"D'fhuascail Íosa, Úrmhac na hÓighe Beannaithe, pór Éava agus Ádhaimh"
(for a full set of our lowercase accented-vowel non-ASCII requirements,
just reduce the entire statement to lc).
With best wishes
Marion Gunn wrote:
> Michael Everson wrote:
> > ...
> > >Do you know any other sentences that contain all characters or words
> > >that contain at least all non-ASCII characters of a language?
> > ga: D'fhuascail Íosa Úrmhac na hÓige Éava agus Ádhaimh.
> > Only has the accented capitals but those are the ones people often missed
> > in implementations.
> > --
> > Michael Everson
> You missed out a word in the above. The full text of the sentence which
> uses all of our accented capitals, as well as all the 18 letters of the
> traditional Irish alphabet, plus "v", is:
> "D'fhuascail Íosa, Úrmhac na hÓighe, pór Éava agus Ádhaimh"
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