Re: "ch" as in yecch

From: Timothy Partridge (
Date: Wed Oct 27 1999 - 15:07:11 EDT

In message <> 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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