From: William_J_G Overington (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Wed Mar 25 2009 - 17:46:27 CST
On Wednesday, 25 March 2009, John (Eljay) Love-Jensen <email@example.com> wrote:
> It appears to me that the issue that William Overington
> suggested is just
> plainly outside the problem domain of Unicode.
Well, it might have been previously, it might still be now, yet matters can change as time proceeds.
> And, it also appears to me that the issue that William
> Overington suggested
> has already been solved.
> I can run this portable interpretable code, written in
> Unicode, on many
> different platforms:
> print("Hello world")
> This solution uses Python 3.0, and is interpretable on any
> platform with
> Python 3.0 installed.
Yet it uses the same set of Unicode code points for the software as are used for text. I am suggesting a set of code points specifically for the portable interpretable object code, perhaps in plane 12 of the Unicode code point map. I am also suggesting that each of those code points define one complete instruction of the set of instructions of the portable interpretable object code.
25 March 2009
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