À 16:13 2000-10-26 -0400, Suzanne Topping a écrit:
>I'm sure you were making a very important point below, but I didn't
>Could you explain please?
[Alain] Using the ROT13 code for English is the same issue as using
multiple codes for other languages. It might be a non-issue, as you say... (;
I was merely kidding but that is the reality that non-English speakers
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>À 12:47 2000-10-24 -0800, Suzanne Topping a écrit:
> >Again, if you are only
> >talking about French, German, and Spanish, character set
> >is a non-issue.
>[Nynva] Not much more than the following (although it is in fact worse
>than this, much worse):
>Ntnva, vs lbh ner bayl
>gnyxvat nobhg Serapu, Trezna, naq Fcnavfu, punenpgre frg
>vf n aba-vffhr.
>(or am I rather Nynva YnObagé, Dhéorp ?)
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