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upcase-region changes 'i' to 'P'

From: Geoff Odhner
Subject: upcase-region changes 'i' to 'P'
Date: Tue, 27 Sep 2005 17:11:23 -0400


Whenever I run upcase-region or upcase-word, it changes every 'i' to
'P'.  It does not affect uppercase 'I' or any other letter.
downcase-region does not result in any corresponding weirdness.  I
didn't have this problem in version 21.  This problem also occurs with
capitalize-region.  When I look at (standard-case-table) I see a
sequence which looks as if it is used for converting to uppercase,
containing the following subsequence: 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 331856
74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90.  The 331856 should
be a 73 to yield an 'I', but I don't understand the code which
initializes this table, nor do I understand the overall structure of
the table, so I don't know how it gets this value.  However, I do see
a peculiar subsequence elsewhere in the table which looks like this:
331849 331848 331851 331850 331853 331852 331855 331854 73 331857
331859 331858 331861 331860 331863 331862, perhaps having the 73 in
place of 331856.

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