From: Antoine Leca (Antoine10646@leca-marti.org)
Date: Thu Nov 17 2005 - 12:12:35 CST
On Thursday, November 17TH, 2005 09:49Z, Philippe Verdy wrote:
> Does a Spanish crosswords grid make a difference betwen N and N with
Does the French crosswords grid make a difference between C and K?
Once you answer the latter, you have the answer for the former.
What is less clear is the status of LL or CH: I do not believe they are
usually expected to take a single cell, but it can happens sometimes (and
yes, you are not expected to foresee it.)
> the tilde is required to write Spanish correctly (the absence of the
> tilde being considered a fault on correctly typesetted texts, such as
> book titles or in Spanish dictionnary entries),
... and everywhere else as well.
This is definitively not the same as (stress) accent differences, which case
is more comparable to French.
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