Date: Fri May 07 2004 - 14:46:02 CDT
Jony Rosenne scripsit:
> A possible strong negative argument would be if having it would cause
> problems for those who do not think they need it. For example, if it would
> make searching more difficult. This argument has been raised, but I am not
> convinced the possible difficulties are significant.
This could be solved by making Phoenician and Hebrew base characters equivalent
at the first level of collation.
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