Robin Becker <>:

>>>> u'\xc5ngstr\xf6m'==u'\xc5ngstro\u0308m'
> False

Now *that* would be a valid reason for our resident Unicode expert to
complain! Py3 in no way solves text representation issues definitively.

> I know this is artificial

Not at all. It probably is out of scope for Python, but it is a real
cause for human suffering. What's Unicode for "résumé"?

Note, for example, that Google manages to sort out issues like these. It
sees past diacritics and even case ending.


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