From: John Cowan (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Thu May 06 2004 - 08:05:07 CDT
Mark E. Shoulson scripsit:
> What I mean is, qamats-qatan should behave as much like qamats as
> possible. So if I went through and edited my Biblical text to show
> qamats-qatans in the appropriate places, comparisons and rendering and
> all should still be the same. If qamats+dehi normalizes to dehi+qamats
> (I'm too lazy to look up if that's right), then presumably qamats-qatan
> + dehi should normalize to dehi+qamats-qatan. That way if I set my
> software, say, to compare qamats-qatan as equal to qamats (i.e. I don't
> want to make the distinction between the two in searching), my search
> will work just as well as if I'd never changed my text.
I agree entirely.
-- John Cowan <email@example.com> http://www.ccil.org/~cowan "One time I called in to the central system and started working on a big thick 'sed' and 'awk' heavy duty data bashing script. One of the geologists came by, looked over my shoulder and said 'Oh, that happens to me too. Try hanging up and phoning in again.'" --Beverly Erlebacher
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