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Query:   For Query: 11.12 Sorting Software
Author:  Hana Skoumalova
Submitter Email:  click here to access email
Linguistic LingField(s):   Computational Linguistics

Summary:   THANKS TO:

SABINE BARTSCH
TYLMAN ULE
SEAN M. BURKE
KEITH J. MILLER

FOR THEIR RESPONSES. IT SEEMS THAT I DID NOT SAY CLEARLY ENOUGH WHAT I
WANTED, BUT IN SPITE OF IT I GOT THE ANSWER.

I NEEDED A SIMPLE UTILITY THAT PROVIDES BI-LEVEL SORTING ACCCORDING TO
SORTING RULES GIVEN FOR A PARTICULAR LANGUAGE. KEITH J. MILLER SUGGESTED
LOCALES, BUT THEY ARE NOT WORKING FOR ALL LANGUAGES. FOR CZECH, FOR
EXAMPLE, I DO NOT GET STANDARD CZECH SORTING BUT SOME KIND OF
WELL-TEMPERED SORTING OF LATIN-2 TABLE. THE GLYPH

LL Issue: 11.78
Date Posted: 17-Jan-2000
Original Query: Read original query