From: Dmitry Turin (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Wed Sep 26 2007 - 00:59:00 CDT
I repeated postings, because it was not come into my mailbox.
Spending mark-place in coding table for capital letters - is inadmissible spending.
Let all letters will be lower case: when there is a own name or beginning of sentence,
one prefix-byte before a word is enough to specify, that first letter is upper-case.
Let's name this prefix-byte as 'mark "own name"'. It works so: #anna -> Anna
(where # is this prefix-byte).
It's necessary to tell the same about abbreviations. One prefix-byte before a word
is enough to specify, that all letters to symbol "blank" are upper-case.
Let's name this byte as 'mark "abbreviation"'. It works so: #uno -> UNO.
User himself puts prefix-bytes by pressing keys "Shift" and "Caps Lock".
So comparison of various variants of spelling (all letters are lower-case,
first letter is upper-case, all letters are upper-case) is reduced to
comparison in one variant of spelling (all letters are lower-case) at search of similar word.
Widespread error is equating of designation of a letters (__coding__)
and their graphic images (__font__). It's absolutely different things.
Pictures of prefix-bytes in in
Unicode2 (2.1.0) http://unicode2.chat.ru
HTML6 (6.4.1) http://html60.chat.ru
SQL4 (4.3.0) http://sql40.chat.ru
Computer2 (2.0.3) http://computer20.chat.ru
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