Her name contains 36 characters and 19 syllables. It's a mouthful for a person to say — and it's a struggle for computer's too and that's where the battle begins for a Hawaiian woman. Janice "Lokelani" Keihanaikukauakahihuliheekahaunaele (KAY'-ee-hah-nah-EE'-coo-COW'-ah-KAH'-hee-HOO'-lee-heh-eh-KAH'-how-NAH-eh-le h) is fighting with state and local officials who claim that their computers are unable to handle the number of characters in her name — because they can only handle 35 characters. So Hawaii County has issued her driver's license with the last letter of her name chopped off — and her first name omitted. The woman is complaining — and officials are listening. They say by the end of the year, the state's computers will allow for 40 characters for first and last names and 35 characters for middle names.