Aw: Re: LATIN CAPITAL LETTER SHARP S officially recognized

Werner LEMBERG via Unicode unicode at
Mon Jul 3 11:49:46 CDT 2017

> No, the hyphenation oddity involving the addition of letters with
> hyphenation (or, to be more precise, to suppress letters in
> unhyphenated words) never affected the letter s.

I'm not sure that this is really true.  As far as I know, `sss' in
Swiss German was handled similar to other triplet consonants before
the 1996 spelling reform.  In other words, you would have written

  Abschlussatz (`closing sentence')

instead of

  Abschlusssatz  ,

and which would have been hyphenated as



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