Re: Sorting and Volapük

From: Szelp, A. Sz. <>
Date: Mon, 2 Jan 2012 12:07:21 +0100

Indeed, I can confirm that behaviour for "ö" and "ü". However,
Hungarian does not have "ä" which is part of Volapük. (And if it's
nevertheless there, e.g. in name-lists containing foreign names, or
Hungarian names of foreign (German) origin, "ä" is sorted as "a").

So Hungarian is neither a perfect fit as a "substitute locale" for Volapük.


On Sun, Jan 1, 2012 at 19:48, Jean-François Colson <> wrote:
> Le 01/01/12 16:27, Michael Everson a écrit :
> IIRC Hungarian does that for ö and ü: they’re separate letters sorted after
> o and u respectively. But OTOH á, é, í, ó, ő, ú and ő are sorted as a, e, i,
> o, ö, u and ü respectively.
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