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Re^4: Creating new character classes for foreign languagesby Polyglot (Pilgrim)
|on May 17, 2009 at 10:32 UTC||Need Help??|
The double 'r' ends up sounding like "un", so I suppose that, technically, the first 'r' becomes the vowel 'u' while the second converts to an 'n'. However, they are considered as a single unit, much like the 'll' or 'ch' have their own places in alphabetical order for Spanish, as if they were single letters.
Now, I've seen that the subroutines in the package file follow a specific syntax...what does a rule look like in a package file?
Also, I had a little trouble when putting my new package to use, in that the "shortcut method" in the final routine here failed, and I ended up hard-coding the code points for those characters.
Thanks so much for your help!