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AFAIK, Java also allows Unicode characters in identifiers.

Note: I've never seen a Java program using non-ASCII characters in their



--------- Mensagem Original --------
De: Lua list <>
Para: Lua list <>
Assunto: Re: UTF-8 identifiers [was: Re: Lua t-shirts]
Data: 05/10/09 06:40

> 2009/10/5 Ico &lt;;:
> &gt;
> &gt; * On 2009-10-05 David Given &lt;; wrote  :
> &gt;
> &gt;&gt; I'm still pushing for my proposal to allow all characters with
> &gt;&gt; in the range 128-255 to be considered valid in names.  This would
> &gt;&gt; allow identifiers contain UTF-8 sequences.
> &gt;
> &gt; Interesting idea. What's the catch, if there is one ?
> And conversely, what is the advantage? ;)
> The only language I know that is doing this is Falcon (
> ). If there are stats for how many people use
> this feature it would be interesting.
> mauro

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