dumbass locale question
skip at mojam.com
Thu Feb 17 12:00:40 EST 2000
I run a web site here in the US, but I get input from all over. If I ask
I get the appropriate response: "C". However, if I ask for "é".upper(), I
don't get "É", I just get "é".
I don't have the luxury of assuming that my users come from one locale or
another. I can assume for the most part that they are entering letters that
come pretty much from the Latin-1 character set. To get "é".upper() to work
can I play some tom-foolery with the locale or must I craft my own upper()
and lower() functions?
Skip Montanaro | http://www.mojam.com/
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