In the Dutch stemmer's documenation, it states:
Put initial y, and y and i between vowels into upper case. R1 and R2 (see
the note on R1 and R2) are then defined as in German.
However, in the implementation this is how it behaves:
Put initial y, y after a vowel, and i between vowels into upper case. R1 and
R2 (see the note on R1 and R2) are then defined as in German.
In the implementation, a 'y' only needs to follow a vowel to be converted to
'Y'. It is not necessary for it to be in between vowels.
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