From: Andreas Prilop (email@example.com)
Date: Thu Dec 06 2007 - 10:57:07 CST
The rot13 algorithm is applied to the basic ASCII alphabet only.
When rot-13 is used with, say, German text, the special umlauts
remain the same.
The letter "a with tilde" (ã) may be written as either
When rot13 is applied to the first, nothing happens.
However, when rot13 is applied to the second, the result
is U+006E U+0303, "n with tilde" (ñ).
So with respect to rot13, U+00E3 and U0061 U+0303
are not equivalent.
Well, this is not a serious question or concern -
just an observation. Any comments?
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