Hi! I've been wondering how the Serbian diagraphia is working out. I've read that all official government documents etc. are only written using the Cyrillic alphabet, however in most other situations people can choose which script to use. Since I've sadly never been to Serbia (I'm really hoping to visit the country some day), I'd really appreciate it, if you could give me some concrete examples, on how the diagraphia works in everyday life in Serbia. One thing that particularly interests me, is which script students use in schools, universities etc when writing reports, essays and such. Does each teacher have their own preference, which they express to their students, or does each student decide for themselves? And how do Serbians themselves feel about the diagraphy - are there problems with it or is it working out smoothly? (The reason I ask all these questions is that I've never come across an other language, except for Serbian, that is actively written within one country using two different scripts, and I find this to be quite an interesting phenomenon.) Thanks for all answers!