[tex-hyphen] hyphenation with ligatures in input

Arthur Reutenauer arthur.reutenauer at normalesup.org
Wed Jan 15 21:10:43 CET 2014

> Right, but if you have the same values of \LHM and \RHM
> for <Am.E> and <Br.E>, do you still get the hyphenation
> you adduced earlier ?

  No, and it's not relevant.  Again, "xnancial" isn't an English word,
and neither is "financial" (when encoded using the Unicode ligature, as
here).  I was just showing the effects of the patterns on these
different non-words.


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