From: David Starner (email@example.com)
Date: Fri Mar 28 2003 - 18:05:02 EST
On Fri, Mar 28, 2003 at 03:00:33PM -0800, Kenneth Whistler wrote:
> > But I do find, in the vocabulary and
> > index, words starting with tz are sorting after quatrillo con coma (it
> > goes z, tresillo, quatrillo, quatrillo con coma, tz). So even for this
> > text, a tz ligature is marginal.
> irrelevant to the sorting issue
> Whether this text element is spelled "tz" or "t-ezh" or something
> else, and whether the characters are ligated or not, is irrelevant
> to the issue of sorting the "tz" at the end of lists.
True, but it indicates that "tz" is treated as a letter, and that tz is
not different in meaning from the tz ligature in the text.
-- David Starner - firstname.lastname@example.org Einstein once said that it would be hard to teach in a co-ed college since guys were only looking on girls and not listening to the teacher. He was objected that they would be listening to _him_ very attentively, forgetting about any girls. But such guys won't be worth teaching, replied the great man.
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