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Mikael Johansson wrote:
>
> > > and what represents /s/? Any ideas out there?
> >
> > I like "ss" in that role.  The table:
> >
> >         ss      /s/
> >         s       /z/
> >         c       /ts/
> >         z       /dz/
>
> Or you might take on the hungarian approach :-)
>
>         sz        /s/
>         s         /S/
>         z         /z/
>         zs        /Z/
>         c         /ts/
>         cs        /tS/
>         cz        /tZ/
>
> Caveat Emptor -- I might be mistaken in some of these mappings; though
> probably not...

That too works quite well, but then I'd have to explain to my Polish
friend why I'm using sz for /s/ and s for /S/, when Polish does the
opposite. I could always pick and choose, they're enough ways to do
this.

--
Robert