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QuestionExclude Uppercase for conjoined names Pin
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trønderen3-Oct-23 8:08
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Norwegian names frequently omit the hyphen: In my school class there were both Per Erik, Hans Petter, Gunn Marit and Marit Irene (all first names, not first+family names). Others had double first names, but used only one of them except at formal occasions. Both my parents had double, un-hyphenated first names (and my father's second first name was used so rarely that I didn't know of it until my mid-teens!).

(In Sweden, you are quite likely to get in contact with people with names Norwegian style.)

The list of false assumptions in the article linked by Richard Dennings is great!
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Questionlearning regex isn't easy :-) Pin
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QuestionMySQL Select query that chooses something dot something between certain underscores Pin
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