Date: Thu Jan 15 2004 - 19:17:26 EST
Philippe Verdy scripsit:
> OK. Then don't say it's Breton: It may occur in any Latin language, either
> as a typo, or within specific technical usages such as variable names in a C
> or Java program where a space cannot be used to separate words; here also
> it's not the normal orthograph part of the language, but a notation to allow
> more descriptive identifiers.
In Irish, however, initial digraphs like "tS" and "hO" and "gC" *are* a standard
part of the orthography, and constitute the normal capitalization convention:
words beginning thus are capitalized on the second letter, not the first.
-- John Cowan www.ccil.org/~cowan www.reutershealth.com firstname.lastname@example.org We want more school houses and less jails; more books and less arsenals; more learning and less vice; more constant work and less crime; more leisure and less greed; more justice and less revenge; in fact, more of the opportunities to cultivate our better natures. --Samuel Gompers
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