From: Werner LEMBERG (email@example.com)
Date: Thu Feb 17 2005 - 22:55:34 CST
> "▀" occurs in "Stra▀e" (street) and therefore is a very common part
> of postal addresses. This fact gives opportunity to show how the
> uppercasing of "▀" is really handled by official bodies: E.g. in my
> car papers from 2004, issued by a communal authority, my street is
> printed "KANZLEISTRA▀E".
Yes, this is the only exception to preserve all information. Assume a
person is called Gustav Dre▀en. In the passport, to show that the
family name is `Dre▀en', it is capitalized, and due to the `▀ <-> SS'
mapping problem it is converted to `DRE▀EN'. BTW, this isn't a
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