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From:Ann W. Harrison Date:October 21 2008 3:34pm
Subject:Re: bug#23692 Solutions
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Vladislav Vaintroub wrote:
>> 0x 43 09
>> 0x 43 {20}
>> 0x 43 {[20]}
>> 0x 43 43
> 
> Is '\tA' ==0x 09 41 less than nothing (empty string '',expanded to 0x20) in
> this convention? Is not this anomaly?
> 

I don't think so.  The empty string is equal to an arbitrary
string of {[20]}.   {[09]} is less, so I think a \t is less
than nothing.

The anomaly is letting teletypes determine the order of characters
after their death.  And, of course, collations are free to define
the ordering of white space as they choose.


Best,

Ann
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bug#23692 SolutionsKevin Lewis21 Oct
  • RE: bug#23692 SolutionsVladislav Vaintroub21 Oct
    • Re: bug#23692 SolutionsAnn W. Harrison21 Oct
    • Re: bug#23692 SolutionsKevin Lewis21 Oct
      • RE: bug#23692 SolutionsVladislav Vaintroub21 Oct