Antoine Leca wrote:
> While in French there is no doubt we don't have an initial [ju-], which
> would imediately be interpreted (at least in Paris) as "Frenglish"
> pedantry, we sometimes write (and more often speak) "de Unicode"
> ([d@ ,ynikod] yes there is a little stop before the [y]).
And then why is "Unix" not [yni]? And is it feminine, as the ending
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