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Alex Shinn scripsit: > What I will do is specifically note that > > (w/nocase upper) > (w/nocase lower) > cased > > are all the same thing (where cased is characters with > the cased (L&) property), But they aren't the same thing; I already showed that. "t" with diaeresis matches lower and so (w/nocase lower), but it does not match (w/nocase upper). Nor do the mathematical capital letters, which match upper and so (w/nocase upper), match (w/nocase lower). By my count there are 1259 L& characters like this, so your three expressions match three different sets. I think the tangent on what Unicode should or should not have done has distracted us from the original point. My recommendation is either to add "title" explicitly (only 31 characters) or else just forget the whole thing. -- John Cowan http://www.ccil.org/~cowan cowan@xxxxxxxx Female celebrity stalker, on a hot morning in Cairo: "Imagine, Colonel Lawrence, ninety-two already!" El Auruns's reply: "Many happy returns of the day!"