UTF8.library, progress and some information about the up coming version 4.

I'm a bit amazed by number of download of my UTF8.library, for library that is not used by any application it gets a lot of downloads, it does make my happy.
47 Downloads currently on version 3, not bad at all,
A new version will be out in today or tomorrow, I think, just need to check that every thing is ok.
The new library will contain 7 more string handling rutins. 1 more routine to check Byte Size.
As you might have noticed, naming of function I use Relefact names used in std:string C++ class function names Microsoft uses on there string class. Of course there are some variation because we need to support for sheard memory, when dealing whit strings.
As I'm nearing completion, I hope that I can return to the project I was working before starting on UTF8.Library.
There might be another 10 to 15 routines we don't have yet in this library to render the other libraries redundant. While your waiting you just need to mix and match what you need for that different libraries.
I will so like some feed back form you developers on what routines you like to see in the next version, what do you think I have forgotten, are there thing you think I should do different?

Better to tell me now before I decide to freeze features.

Also the language alphabet has been a bit annoying, I hope its possible to get this from some where in the OS, or else I will need to ask people provide there Language alphabets in UTF8 format as text file.

Because we will need it do casecmp, upper, lower and sorting, the standard one's only really support English it seams, and thats no good.