From: JFC Morfin (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Thu May 31 2007 - 06:38:04 CDT
At 13:20 25/05/2007, Hans Aberg wrote:
>On 25 May 2007, at 01:57, JFC Morfin wrote:
>>The need I have is for transliteration of programming variables,
>>code ID, etc. from ASCII keyboards to non-ASCII keyboards.
>As for programming languages, I have experimented (in a theorem
>prover) using both Unicode symbols and ASCII names aside by side. My
>conclusions is that this is a poor approach. Compare with the hassle
>of C/C++ trigraphs. Better to only use Unicode symbols.
Sorry, I was away for a few days.
May be I used the word "keyboard" in a too much conceptual meaning. I
meant transliteration from the universe of one keyboard, not
transposition from one keyboard to another keyboard.
I have a table of options noted 0), 1), ... y), z). Or variables
named "ab", "c1", etc. When I change scripting environment, I can
easily transcode the programming language to enter the translated
source code, but not the variables. These variables use a given
syntax whith an inner logic having nothing to do with a particular
script but with unicity, alpha or numeric constraints, and possibily
What I am looking for is to build a table where a has greek alpha,
cyrillic a, etc. as hexatridecimal equivalent. This means selecting
26 chars in sorting order in each non-ASCII alphabets. Which one to
select, what to add up to 26?
All the best.
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