Why is it called case "folding"?
textexin at xencraft.com
Fri Mar 18 04:04:48 CDT 2022
Doug, So it isn't the case (no pun intended) without the extra characters (cards) you can't win, like in poker, and so you fold.
From: Unicode [mailto:unicode-bounces at corp.unicode.org] On Behalf Of Doug Ewell via Unicode
Sent: Thursday, March 17, 2022 4:40 PM
To: 'Roger L Costello'; 'unicode at unicode.org'
Subject: RE: Why is it called case "folding"?
Roger L Costello wrote:
> Why is it called case "folding"?
If you think of a piece of paper with the uppercase alphabet written at the top of the page, and the lowercase alphabet at the bottom, and then folding the page in half so that the uppercase letters are on top of the lowercase letters (or vice versa), that's kind of the image.
Doug Ewell, CC, ALB | Lakewood, CO, US | ewellic.org
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