Fwd: Re: Automatically Generated Keyboard Accelerators (replacing kaccelgen.h)

Thiago Macieira thiago at kde.org
Wed Jun 11 08:54:46 BST 2008

On Wednesday 11 June 2008 09:16:24 Mark Summerfield wrote:
> "n" is the number of letters in the alphabet (of characters that are
> legal accelerators) or the number of unique letters from all the strings
> concerned (that are in the alphabet) whichever is the lower. So if the
> alphabet is 0-9A-Z the biggest n possible is 36 no matter how many
> strings there are.

Mind you we're probably going to add the Cyrillic and Greek alphabets to that 
list (that's 32 + 24 letters) and possibly Hebrew and Arabic. The number will 
be closer to 120 than to 36.

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