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Thomas Bushnell BSG <tb@xxxxxxxxxx> writes: > If string<? is used only for cases where the exact order is > irrelevant, then there is no advantage in standardizing the order at > all. > > So why not say that string<? implements a total order on strings, and > be done with it, not specifying the order at all? I can well live with that :-) Greetings, -- Jorgen PS. It might be worth the effort to try going through this SRFI and see whether we can change the specific formulations in a way that allows an implementation to use ASCII if it wants to, but also allows for a correct implementation of Unicode if so desired. Correct Unicode behavior could be "optional" the same way as fraction or complex numbers are optional for the numeric tower right now. -- ((email . "forcer@xxxxxxxxx") (www . "http://www.forcix.cx/") (gpg . "1024D/028AF63C") (irc . "nick forcer on IRCnet"))