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On Tue, 23 Dec 2003, Thomas Bushnell, BSG wrote: >bear <bear@xxxxxxxxx> writes: > >> Eszett is offensive because it absolutely *forces* its craziness >> back up to the user-attention level, and makes the "correct" >> behavior precisely the problematic behavior (strings change length >> on case ops) I had managed to completely eliminate for the rest of >> Unicode. > >The "user attention" level? User's don't care about such things as >"string lengths". excuse me - should have said "programmer attention level" -- programmers make mistakes because they assume that string lengths don't change in casing operations. Bear