[Haskell-cafe] Re: Richer (than ascii) notation for haskell
Brandon S. Allbery KF8NH
allbery at ece.cmu.edu
Thu May 15 08:27:52 EDT 2008
On 2008 May 15, at 3:25, Achim Schneider wrote:
> "Yitzchak Gale" <gale at sefer.org> wrote:
>> Brandon S. Allbery KF8NH wrote:
>>> Come to think of it, if you're after math notation, enough Greek
>>> letters are used as symbols that it might be necessary to just
>>> exclude them from use as letters.
>> While I have not yet noticed anyone from Greece on this list,
>> I don't think it would be appropriate for us to discriminate
>> against Greek speakers as a built-in feature of Haskell.
> /me shudders and tries not to remember those occasions when he read
> written in french.
So far I've had to deal with: French, Spanish, German, Swedish,
Russian (transliterated), Hebrew (transliterated), Arabic
(transliterated). I've also dealt with serious spaghetti code (I'm a
Perl programmer in my day job, 'nuff said). I'll take the former,
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