Re: [indic] Welsh Collation (was: Discussion about two Telugu consonant signs...)

From: Michael Everson (
Date: Wed Apr 19 2006 - 22:59:43 CST

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    At 00:06 +0100 2006-04-20, Richard Wordingham wrote:

    >>At 22:37 +0100 2006-04-19, Richard Wordingham wrote:
    >>>I seemed to be in a minority of one when I suggested that in Welsh
    >>>'Llangollen' should be spelt with a CGJ so that the sequence 'ng'
    >>>would not be confused with the Welsh 'letter' 'ng', which sorts
    >>>between 'g' and 'h'.
    >>The Welsh do not do this.
    >Do not do what? Use the Unicode Collation Algorithm with tailored
    >collation elements? Here is an extract from the first web page of
    >alphabetically sorted Welsh that I found
    >( ):

    Do not use CGJ.

    Michael Everson *

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