From: Antoine Leca (Antoine10646@leca-marti.org)
Date: Tue Mar 23 2004 - 07:35:10 EST
Philippe Verdy <email@example.com> va escriure:
>> The "musical sharp sign," of course, is U+266F, making the correct
>> spelling C♯.
From TUS: " These symbols are typically used for text decorations, but they
may also be treated as normal text characters in applications such as
typesetting chess books, card game manuals, and horoscopes. "
;-) [replace with ☺ if you want]
> But the "orthograph" is unambiguously "C#" with ASCII characters at
> least for its standard source file extension
Never seen a source file with the .C# extension (nor C♯). Seen a lot of them
with .cs. The compiler itself is named csc.
And C♯ does not seems to be an allowed identifier (neither is col·lectiu, so
for me this language is bad ;-) And please Ken you are specifically
prohibited to comment on this one: you know we cannot agree on this one
> (or spelled in French "C
> croisillon", or more commonly "C dièse" even though it is the French
> spelling for the sharp musical symbol).
En français, on devrait dire « do dièse ». Ce qui enlève beaucoup de sel.
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