On Tue, 9 Jul 2002, Mike Taylor wrote:
> > From: Ray Denenberg <[log in to unmask]>
> > I don't hesitate to say it. Ascending/descending has been cited as a
> > requirement; the other two haven't.
> OK, I hereby cite case-insensitivity as a requirement. It's crucial
> for sorting union catalogues where the original collections used
> different case conventions. If I look for Kernighan books in a ucat,
> I want "Software Tools" sorted next to "SOFTWARE TOOLS".
But is there a requirement for the /distinction/ or can we just say 'Sort
should be treated as case insensitive' ?
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