Other Czech indices
Structure of an index page
The structure of an index page may be as follows, using headings, modeled on other languages. See for instace Index:English/a.
- Czech: bullet (*) -- an arbitrary choice, in preference to using </br> at the end of the line.
- English: bullet (*)
- German: definition list (:)
- Slovak: bullet (*)
==ba= ... * bajka ... ==be== ... * bedro ... ...
Sorting or ordering
Let us sort the entries by the existing Czech conventions, as far as practicable. That is, only the following characters have any sorting significance:
a b c č d e f g h ch i j k l m n o p q r ř s š t u v w x y z ž
For instance, the following sorting is correct, despite ú coming before u:
Unfortunately, I have broken these conventions and will have to fix the index accordingly. --Daniel Polansky 13:15, 7 January 2008 (UTC)
Czech sorting in Microsoft Windows can be done using gsort from GnuWin32, given the locale of Windows is set to Czech.
I propose that inflected forms are out of scope of this index. --Daniel Polansky 16:27, 7 January 2008 (UTC)