Re: substring()

Subject: Re: substring()
From: "Chuck White" <chuck@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Fri, 04 Jun 1999 11:44:29 -0700
Yes, I received another reply on this. I guess there was a typo in the
original message, and I should have made the connection, but didn't. Thanks
to you for the clarification, and Mike for his usual contributions to
peoples's questions on XSL.

>A diacritical is a general term for the accents or other glyphs
>that are used in many other languages in combination with what
>English speaking people would consider a 'character'. French 
>for example has acute e, grave e (the accent is angled in 
>different directions), and the cedilla which looks like a 
>c with a very small 5 underneath it. 
>(My apologies to all regarding spelling or implications in 
>French. It's been twenty years, so mine is extremely rusty.)
>Sara Mitchell
>Chuck White wrote:

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