Sort

Yves Coppé yvescoppe at skynet.be
Thu Aug 29 14:35:01 EDT 2002


>function myUpper pString
>   repeat for each char tChar in pString
>     put myUpperChar(tChar) after tString
>   end repeat
>   return tString
>end myUpper
>
>function myUpperChar pChar
>   if toLower(pChar) is in "·ý’" then return "A"
>   if toLower(pChar) is in "ÈËÍ" then return "E"
>   if toLower(pChar) is in "™˜š" then return "U"
>   -- add some more lines for the other vowels...
>   return toUpper(pChar)
>end myUpperChar
>
>>  if I write : sort lines of tdata international, it's
>>  worse !!!!
>  >


Yes now it works !!!!!!

thank you

>Actually, if I use
>   sort lines of tData international
>on this machine, it works just fine -- I had been
>looking for that keyword in the docs, as I vaguely
>remembered it from HyperCard.
>
>My result is (on WinME/Dutch)
>
>appareil
>Ècole
>fusÈe
>soleil
>
>What is the result you get? If I recall correctly,
>you're running MacOS X 10.1.5 ; are your control
>panels set correctly?
>
>Just a few thoughts,
>



my controi panels is good (or system preferences)
I've tried on Mac OS 9.x and Mac OS X
the result is the same
sort lines of tData international gives
the tData in the reverse order
the first line becomes the last, and so on...

thank you for your script.
-- 
Greetings.

Yves COPPE

Email : yvescoppe at skynet.be



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