RE: Sorting in Ancient Greek
> I believe utf-8 should work fine and you just need > appropriate fonts > . I'm not sure whether ISO-8859-7 supports ancient polytonic greek. I think the question was about language codes, not character encodings. Michael Kay > >  http://www.stoa.org/unicode/ >  > http://tlt.its.psu.edu/suggestions/international/bylanguage/gr > eek.html#polytonic > > hth, > > Manos > > Michael Kay wrote: > > >>Thank you for your reply David. We had thought of using > >>translate, but as > >>there is a 'lang' attribute we were wondering how it can be > >>used. Could > >>anyone tell us? Thanks > > > > > > You can set it to the ISO language code for ancient Greek > provided that (a) > > such a language code exists, and (b) your XSLT processor > supports it. I > > suspect that neither of these conditions is true, unfortunately. > > > > Michael Kay > > > > > > -- > Manos Batsis > > _ __ __ __ > / |/ /__ / /____ __ _ ___ _____/ /_ > / / -_) __(_-</ ' Y _ `/ __/ __/ > /_/|_/\__/\__/___/_/_/_|_,_/_/ \__/ > > > http://www.netsmart.gr > mailto:mbatsisSPAM_TRAP@xxxxxxxxxxx > tel:+302103240940 > http://forte.netsmart.gr/foaf/manos_foaf.rdf
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