"Campbell, Greg" <greg(dot)campbell(at)us(dot)michelin(dot)com> writes:
> When I look at a character map, for instance with Windows Start, Run,
> All Programs, Accessories, System Tools, Character Map and a extended
> character set like Arial.
> I see that all the accented characters (umlauts, graves, etc.) are
> higher that unaccented letters. I also can see the UTF8 equivalents.
Not 100% sure I understood this issue, but it seems you are confusing
encoding and collation.
See strcmp() and strcoll().
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