At 10:41 -0700 2002-07-16, John Hudson wrote:
>I did read some years ago that one of the Sorbian languages (Lower
>Sorbian, I think, but I can't be sure), titlcased the d/zcaron
>combination as D/Zcaron rather than D/zcaron. The implication of the
>text -- sorry, I can't remember which book it was in and don't have
>my library handy at the moment --
>was that this differed from the other Sorbian language orthography.
Upper Sorbian sorts d+z-caron under the letter d. It does consider
d+z-acute a separate letter, but titlecases as Dzī.
-- Michael Everson *** Everson Typography *** http://www.evertype.com
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