On 07.04.2017 11:51, Toomas Soome wrote:
>> On 7. apr 2017, at 11:29, Andrey Chernov <a...@freebsd.org> wrote:
>>>  Hi Allan, the ls show all files without case match
>>> ls [a-z]*
>>> show all files beginning with a and A  like this [aA-zZ]*
>> No, last "Z" is not included.
> This is to define set of chars: { a, A-z, Z } ? A-z of course does not make 
> any sense;) Of course note that in few locales z is sorted after s, meaning 
> that list like that can be rather short;)

No, [A-z] makes perfect sense with CLDR collation we have, but maybe
unexpected effect.
Historically all latin letters have single case, so new times
upper/lower considered by CLDR as minor modification to the letter which
considered first. It is also the sorting used in dictionaries.

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