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The order in which strings are sorted also varies from country to country. Many European languages include diacritical marks that are sorted differently, depending on the locale. In addition, in some countries, 2-character combinations are treated as a single character in the sort order. For example, in Spanish, the combination ch is sorted like a single unique letter between c and d. Sometimes a single character is sorted as if it were two separate characters, such as the German eszett.

Absolute Database always use the current system locale settings to compare strings (ftString and ftFixedChar data types).

Unicode string and memo fields are also available in Absolute Database.
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