keysym list for French chars
phascolarctos at protonmail.ch
Sat Sep 15 20:19:32 UTC 2018
On Saturday 15 September 2018 21:53, Corpo <acupuncture at cgocable.ca> wrote:
> æschne, æthuse, tænia (although the two latter can be spelled with an
> eacute instead of an æ) to name a few.
On Saturday 15 September 2018 22:03, Christian Weisgerber <naddy at mips.inka.de> wrote:
> On 2018-09-15, Lorenzo Salvadore via freebsd-questions freebsd-questions at freebsd.org wrote:
> > You can remove ydiaresis and ae as they do not appear in any
> > French word
> Y with diaeresis is exceedingly rare; it appears in a few proper
> names. AE ligature appears in a few Latinate terms, e.g. cæcum.
> I agree that you won't encounter these in an introductory French
> course, but had I left them out, some other nitpicker would now
> complain about their omission.
> > (I am French native speaker).
> Then you can read this:
I was wrong, forgive my ignorance in my own language.
Thanks for the lesson.
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