Changes between Version 76 and Version 77 of DeveloperGuidelines/Py_2_3


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07/10/19 22:36:57 (5 years ago)
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Dominic König
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    320320In Turkish, the letters {{{I}}} and {{{i}}} are not a upper/lowercase pair. Instead, there are two pairs {{{(İ, i)}}} and {{{(I, ı)}}}, i.e. one with and one without the dot above.
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    322 According to the Unicode spec, the lowercase pendant for {{{İ}}} is a sequence of two unicode characters, namely the {{{i}}} (with the dot) and the code point U0307 which mean "with dot above". The latter is there to preserve the information about the dot for the conversion back to uppercase.
     322According to the Unicode spec, the lowercase pendant for {{{İ}}} is a sequence of two unicode characters, namely the {{{i}}} (with the dot) and the code point U0307 which means "with dot above". The latter is there to preserve the information about the dot for the conversion back to uppercase.
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    324324Python-2 did not implement the U0307 character, so it converted the letters like this: