Re: German Sharp-S, again (was: The mother of all collation schemes)

From: Torsten Mohrin (
Date: Fri Jun 16 2000 - 11:15:53 EDT

The Duden also allows to uppercase "ß" as "SZ" in ambiguous cases
(e.g. "MASSE" (Masse) vs. "MASZE" (Maße)). Moreover, in the German
Federal Armed Forces it is common to always uppercase "ß" as "SZ".


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