Re: Sorting in Ancient Greek
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 Zaneta > Date: Tue, 20 Apr 2004 16:37:44 +0100 > To: xsl-list@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx > From: David Carlisle <davidc@xxxxxxxxx> > Subject: Re: Sorting in Ancient Greek > Message-Id: <200404201537.QAA09376@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> > > sort order is processor specific, but there is a processor independent > way to achieve > > the behaviour we would like is for the > various different unaccented and accented alphas to be treated as > equivalent for sorting purposes. > > just translate them all to be the same in the xsl:sort > > for example > > <xsl:sort select="translate(., > 'άα' > 'αα' > )"/> > > will sort alpha with and without tonos accent as equal. > You just need to extend the two lists of characters... > > David
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