From: Jon Hanna (email@example.com)
Date: Wed Jun 08 2005 - 05:15:12 CDT
Dominikus Scherkl wrote:
>>>Remember that Lasse's idea is to check _all_ the text; so
>>>while NBSP certainly can occur after an capital accentuated
>>>letter (or an eszet)
>>But Uppercase accented letters fortunately do not often
>>occure at the end of words, do they? Only ß (eszet, U+00DF)
>>is likey to occure before NBSP often, because it's a common
>>word-ending in german,
They do if something is written all-uppercase, a situation where the use
of U+00A0 rather than U+0020 is more likely (out of formatting concerns).
Still a rare case, but enough to demonstrate that heuristics cannot be
100% accurate. More likely cases may occur with other encodings.
-- Regards, Jon Hanna "If the wolves come out of the walls, it's all over." - Neil Gaiman, _The Wolves in the Walls_
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