Subject: Re: [xsl] Problem sorting alphabetically: all uppercase entries come first.|
From: Matthew Zimmerman <mz34@xxxxxxx>
Date: Tue, 16 Dec 2003 12:32:10 -0500
case-order has the value upper-first or lower-first; this applies when data-type="text", and specifies that upper-case letters should sort before lower-case letters or vice-versa respectively. For example, if lang="en", then A a B b are sorted with case-order="upper-first" and a A b B are sorted with case-order="lower-first". The default value is language dependent.But it isn't sorting either of these ways. Instead it sorts A B C a b c
To me, this says that sorting English by ASCII values, as reported by the original poster, is incorrect.
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