xsl:sort lang="es" modern vs. tradidional Spanish sort order

Discussion in 'XML' started by nobody, Jun 1, 2004.

  1. nobody

    nobody Guest

    hello!

    does anybody have 1st hand experience about how to achieve
    the "modern" Spanish sort order (a b c ch cz d ... l ll lz m
    n nz ñ o ..., ie only ñ is treated as separate letter)?

    with MSXML4SP2 (called via msxsl.exe) I get the
    "traditional" sort order (a b c cz ch d ... l lz ll m n nz ñ
    o ..., ie beside ñ, also ch and ll are treated as separate
    letters)!

    TIA, andreas (ala_NO@SPAM_context.ch)
     
    nobody, Jun 1, 2004
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