RE: Fw: Unicode & space in programming & l10n

From: Murray Sargent (
Date: Thu Sep 21 2006 - 19:14:30 CDT

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    > That's the meaning I give to the question: "Time to deprecate C/C++ ?"

    FWIW, almost all of Microsoft Office is programmed in C++ using UTF-16. We find C++, or rather a subset thereof, to be a viable language for large-scale projects. Which is not to say that I wouldn't just love to be able to use Greek letters and math alphabetics in program variable names!


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