At 06:43 AM 07/10/2000 -0800, email@example.com wrote:
>If it is what I think it is, I don't want it in English.
>How could it tell "aids" from "AIDS", for instance?
>Or "joy" from "Joy"(name)?
Or Polish (nationality) from polish (shine) <g>.
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>---- email@example.com wrote:
> > Marco.Cimarosti@icl.com wrote:
> > > - Can these mutations only occur after a determinative,
> > or can they also
> > be
> > > at the beginning of a sentence?
> > I don't believe they can occur at the beginning
> > of a sentence. The most
> > common construct occurs after "na" (meaning "of");
> > "Ambasáid na hÉireann"
> > (Embassy of Ireland) is an example commonly encountered
> > outside Ireland.
> > However, they can occur after other words.
> > > - Is this automatically implemented in the case
> > folding function of
> > > localized word processors?
> > No, not unless some new word processor has been
> > launched in the past year
> > or so.
> > B=
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