MonkeeSage <MonkeeSage / gmail.com> wrote:

> An ascii char is always going to be less than a utf-8 char,
> since utf-8 is a superset of ascii.
> 
> Fenre <=> tre ->
> 
> F (\x46) <=> (\xc3\x8a) ->
> 
> -1

yes, for sure, but, in order to compare F to i've to know F uses only
one byte and two butes, in other words : decompose a string into an
arrau of characters and compare afterwards...

obviously for the question given by Axel, that's to say ordering between
:



various diaresis, i leave the ordering as it is in the unicode number
(UTF-8 in my case)

quiet frankly i don't know what is the french policy for that, i just
want having all e + diaresis between e and f...
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