From: Dmitry Turin (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Mon Oct 01 2007 - 14:50:43 CST
PV> "small capitals", which are NOT capitals, but an
PV> alternate glyphic representation of linguistic minuscule letters, dictinct
PV> from capitals that should remain used only for limited cases.
My point is that, 3-rd prefix-byte ("abbreviation"-2) is necessary,
which will convert lower-case letters into "small capitals"
(as i understand, there is no cases,
when only first letter of a word is "small capitals",
i.e. 4-th prefix-byte "own name"-2 is redundant).
Computer in both field of rational database and full-text database
must compare only 'sense' itself of text.
Let me refer once again to rough equality of strings
PV> Another thing to note: despite the Greek Alpha looks like the Latin or
PV> Cyrillic A, it behaves differently in association with combining characters,
Syntax details please (without which, it's only common word).
PV> (see for example the special case of the iota subscript
PV> In fact, Georgian is not bicameral at all, in its modern script. It was
PV> bicameral but used two separate alphabets for this, and Unicode considers it
PV> now as two distinct scripts
For what (i.e. why) ?
PV> , where the modern script is unicameral, and the
PV> extremely rare use of a secondary alphabet from the historical script to
PV> make it bicameral also makes it ambiguous
Is it possible to use single (united) alphabet for both scripts ?
PV> German Ess-tsett or the historical Latin long s that was used for initial or medial
PV> forms but not for final forms that carried some distinctions in the case the
PV> final form long s was used instead of the usual long s in the middle of a
PV> compound word, or to show a difference between a prefix and a longer
PV> radical, or some other similr distinctions in Greek for letters in final
If some letter has different image in beginning/middle/end of a word,
then algorithm of drafting must display different image for identical
binary code (of letter).
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