Re: accented Latin characters sort order, non-language dependant

From: Adam Twardoch (list.adam@twardoch.com)
Date: Mon Jul 10 2006 - 22:09:46 CDT

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    Philippe Verdy wrote:
    > That's not true for all languages. In German, "M√ľnchen" (the city of Munich in Germany) sorts like "MUENCHEN", not like "MUNCHEN"...
    >
    Yes, but in English, Czech, Polish, Italian or Spanish, it sorts like
    "MUNCHEN".

    If you need to sort in a locale-neutral manner, the UCA is a good solution.

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    Adam Twardoch
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