From: Patrick Andries (email@example.com)
Date: Thu Mar 24 2005 - 00:51:24 CST
Asmus Freytag a écrit :
> so that some kinds of fallbacks are going to be tolerable, that would
> not be tolerated in even the most rudimentary general purpose text
> O'Connor -> OConnor could be an example of what I am thinking of, but
> dropping a full-fledged letter would likely not be.
Because apostrophes (middle dots, etc.) are relatively rare in English
? Far rarer than in French or, « worse », in Navaho where a single
caseless sign may distinguish two distinct words [tsin = tree, ts'in =
I wonder what extra security you gain by removing let say apostrophe,
hyphen, middle dot ? There is nothing wrong using caseless letters or
marks with other symbols from a bicameral script (it depends on the
writing system, that is the language using these characters).
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