Re: hexatridecimal internationalisation

From: Hans Aberg (
Date: Thu May 31 2007 - 15:46:23 CDT

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    On 31 May 2007, at 21:41, Philippe Verdy wrote:

    > Not all computing languages are restricted to ASCII for their
    > identifiers.
    > There are computing languages that can use identifiers using any
    > "normal"
    > letters suitable for human languages (even when syntaxic keywords are
    > restricted and forbidden as identifiers, or still usable using a
    > special
    > escaping syntax like quotes or a special prefix or suffix)

    It is not difficult to mangle Unicode labels into say C labels, and C+
    + also typically mangles also function type data, because that is
    what the platform provided linkers can handle.

    But I was hoping the original poster to back clarifying what he is
    out for, before attempting to go into detail.

       Hans Aberg

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