At 12:17 PM +0100 1/28/10, Marcus Gnaß wrote:
On 28.01.2010 03:40, Paul M Foster wrote:
On Wed, Jan 27, 2010 at 04:55:46PM -0600, Skip Evans wrote:
I'm looking for recommendations on how to replace accented
characters, like e and u with those two little dots above
them, with the regular e and u characters.
FWIW, those two dots are called an "umlaut".
FWIW, the whole letters ÄäÖöÜü are called "Umlaute" (umlauts).
The two dots above *these* letters are "Umlautzeichen" (umlaut marks).
But two dots above an e or i are called "Trema" (diacritic mark).
On what other list could we learn that?
A linguistics list I'd wager.
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