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Alex Shinn scripsit: > Note that both (w/nocase upper) and (w/nocase lower) > are effectively ways to access the Unicode "cased" > property (L&), I don't think so, no, unless I misunderstand how "w/nocase" works. Having case is not synonymous with being part of a casing pair: there are lower case letters like ẗ (t with diaeresis) that have no upper case equivalents, and the mathematical letters at U+1D400 et seqq. have case but don't form casing pairs. -- John Cowan http://www.ccil.org/~cowan cowan@xxxxxxxx Is it not written, "That which is written, is written"?