On 2009-01-12 Ovid <publiustemp-perl6interna...@yahoo.com> wrote: > Um, er. Damn. Now I'm wondering how my "leading" and "trailing" > trimming works with Hebrew. How are the strings implemented > internally?
RTL (and bidi) languages are written in strings so that the character order is the logical, reading, order. That is, the character "nearer to the beginning of the string" is the first one to be read by a human reader (so, such character would be displayed on the right for a RTL language, on the left for a LTR language, at the top for a TTB language) Short answer: your implementation is right :) -- Dakkar - <Mobilis in mobile> GPG public key fingerprint = A071 E618 DD2C 5901 9574 6FE2 40EA 9883 7519 3F88 key id = 0x75193F88 You possess a mind not merely twisted, but actually sprained.
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