RE: "lastname" and "firstname" are not culturally neutral

> In general, the string formed by concatenating:
> The implication that the resulting string is useful is not 
> culturally neutral.

I see.  Thinking this further, I think any operation or interpretation
of the personal names cannot be culturally neutral.  Perhaps
a better example to use would be something like the internet email 
address, composing of a name, "@" and a domain name ?


Received on Wednesday, 2 April 2003 12:06:40 UTC