Linked by Nicholas Blachford on Wed 11th Aug 2004 07:53 UTC
Editorial Computers are complex systems but it's a mistake to assume they need to be complex to use. However, usability is not as easy as it may first seem. It is a different discipline from software development lacking the strict logic or having a "right way". There are only differing requirements and differing collections of guidelines. Making things easy is difficult.
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RE:Case insensitiveness, how?
by Anonymous on Thu 12th Aug 2004 00:17 UTC

In Dutch you have the letter IJ which some consider one letter and than should be put with the y and some consider to be made of of I and J and than you should start with i.(most consider it i&j so you wont get in to much trouble) But i bet there is a much better example of a letter that is said to be a form of one of the 26 standardletters in one language while another language says that it is another standardletter