Gabe Yoder <gyoder@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote: > Spanish provides some interesting problems. I am not sure how they > handle > comparisons with accents (a vowel with an accent is not a different > letter, > it just changes which syllable gets the emphasis). The n with a ~ (I > don't > know how to type it correctly), is a different letter than n and > should > follow n. Those quirks are not much different than the quirks > discussed for > the other languages. The weird part is that "LL" and "RR" are each > considered a single letter and follow their single counter parts (so > "llamar" > comes after "luz"). RR? Are are you sure? :-) You forgot about "ch" though which is sorted as one letter and follows "c" :) In French "é" is also the same letter as "e" (it's just pronounced differently), but they are also different when it comes to sorting them correctly. I don't know how Spanish handles this, though. Bye, Axel.