Date Index - January 2000 - srfi-13@srfi.schemers.org

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01 Jan 2000 16:08 UTC Re: Substring indices everywhere? d96-mst@xxxxxx
03 Jan 2000 16:39 UTC Re: Substring indices everywhere? Eating a cake without destroying it Marc Feeley
03 Jan 2000 19:41 UTC Re: Substring indices everywhere? and the XS>< form oleg@xxxxxx
03 Jan 2000 20:00 UTC Re: Substring indices everywhere? and the XS>< form Per Bothner
04 Jan 2000 16:55 UTC Re: Substring indices everywhere? and the XS>< form d96-mst@xxxxxx
24 Jan 2000 13:37 UTC Case-mapping, Unicode & internationalisation shivers@xxxxxx
24 Jan 2000 17:10 UTC Re: Case-mapping, Unicode & internationalisation Sergei Egorov
24 Jan 2000 21:52 UTC text processes vs. string procedures shivers@xxxxxx
24 Jan 2000 22:41 UTC Re: text processes vs. string procedures Sergei Egorov
25 Jan 2000 01:00 UTC SRFI-13 -- bits & pieces shivers@xxxxxx
25 Jan 2000 01:01 UTC shared-text substrings, start/end indices, xs><, etc. shivers@xxxxxx
25 Jan 2000 01:02 UTC char/char-set/pred shivers@xxxxxx
25 Jan 2000 01:19 UTC Re: text processes vs. string procedures shivers@xxxxxx
25 Jan 2000 07:47 UTC Re: shared-text substrings, start/end indices, xs><, etc. sperber@xxxxxx
25 Jan 2000 16:06 UTC shared-text substrings shivers@xxxxxx
25 Jan 2000 16:54 UTC Re: shared-text substrings sperber@xxxxxx
25 Jan 2000 17:15 UTC Re: shared-text substrings shivers@xxxxxx
25 Jan 2000 17:54 UTC Re: shared-text substrings sperber@xxxxxx
25 Jan 2000 18:00 UTC RE: text processes vs. string procedures Ben Goetter
25 Jan 2000 18:47 UTC CHAR-{UP,DOWN}CASE & super-ASCII encodings shivers@xxxxxx
25 Jan 2000 19:18 UTC Re: shared-text substrings shivers@xxxxxx
25 Jan 2000 19:43 UTC RE: CHAR-{UP,DOWN}CASE & super-ASCII encodings Ben Goetter
26 Jan 2000 07:30 UTC Re: shared-text substrings sperber@xxxxxx
27 Jan 2000 13:44 UTC Re: SRFI-13 -- bits & pieces d96-mst-ingen-reklam@xxxxxx
27 Jan 2000 13:54 UTC Re: shared-text substrings, start/end indices, xs><, etc. d96-mst-ingen-reklam@xxxxxx