In message <199910251336.GAA19924@unicode.org> you recently said:
> Tex Texin scripsit:
> > I suddenly feel thrown back into the multi-codepage
> > quagmire of researching researching, researching, and probably
> > continually revamping and re-generalizing my software to accomodate
> > new character types as I uncover them.
> There's no getting away from this. Some users of Latin treat "ch" as
> unitary, and others don't. Some users of Cyrillic treat various
> 2, 3, or 4-letter strings as unitary, and others don't. Localization
> has to take this behavior into account.
In Spain ch is officially no longer unitary, but did other Spanish speaking
countries adopt the same rule?
-- Tim Partridge. Any opinions expressed are mine only and not those of my employer
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