> - I can't remember the specific language but they had the collation rule
> that "CH" was treated as a distinct entity between C and D. This gave the
> order C < CG < CI < CZ < CH < D. Then they removed CH as special which gave
> C < CG < CH < CI < CZ < D. Suppose there was the constraint CHECK (COL
> BETWEEN 'C' AND 'CH'). Originally it would allow (almost) all strings that
> started with C. After the change it the constraint would block everything
> that started with CI - CZ leaving many rows that no longer qualify in the
> database.

(This was probably Spanish.)

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