From: Benjamin Peterson (email@example.com)
Date: Tue Mar 23 2004 - 09:31:22 EST
> So the name (or trademark?) is meant to be pronounced "sharp" (in
> visualized logographically with a sharp symbol, and entered as a hash (#)
> which don't work within file extensions in so many tools.
I don't think you understand... the '.c#' file extension to which you
refer throughout your mail _does not exist_. The .net standards do not
specify a file extension for c# source files, although ECMA-334 says
'The source code for a C# program is typically stored in one or more text
files with a file extension of .cs'
While some implementors should not require '.cs', nobody uses '.c#', as
that would be very inconvenient.
There is therefore no issue.
You may wish to refer to ECMA-334/335 or some other source of information
on .NET and C#. I do not recommend that you start using a '.c#' file
extension as it might cause problems similar to those you describe.
-- Benjamin Peterson firstname.lastname@example.org
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