>
>  * collation (which letters belong together) is highly locale
>    sensitive (e.g., does a-accent-grave sort with a? etc.)
>

A Fair point.

The answer is whatever seems _naturally_ correct from a users point of view.
I think the answer is yes.

Elephant
entropy
écrit
élan

i.e. In the order in which they would appear in a dictionary.

>  * Should strings which differ only in case be equal (*NOT*!)
>

'Ant' is not equal to 'ant' but 'Ant'<'ant'<'Ante'<'ante'

i.e.

Ant
ant
Ante
ante

Would be a sensible sort order.

I hope that makes things a bit clearer.

-Andy


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