From: Marco Cimarosti (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Mon Apr 28 2003 - 14:10:03 EDT
Carl W. Brown wrote:
> I found title case to be a much more challenging problem.
> There are problems with Macintosh vs. MacIntosh but the
> hardest problem I found was the problem of French articles.
> This takes a syntactical analysis.
Can you describe the problem with French articles?
BTW, I wonder whether it makes sense to apply the English-biased concept of
"title-case" to languages other than English.
Most languages, titles follow the same casing rules as any other sentence.
E.g., in Italian, "Decline and Fall of the Unicode Standard" would read
"Decadenza e crollo dello standard Unicode" (where "D" and "U" are uppercase
just because they are the first letter of a sentence and the first letter of
a proper name, respectively).
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