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--- Comment #3 from Walter Bright <> 2009-12-12 
00:17:37 PST ---
I'm slowly becoming convinced that allowing unicode characters in identifiers
is just a bad idea anyway. While there is plenty of interest in writing code
that manipulates unicode and has unicode strings, there is little interest in
writing the code itself in unicode. There's a growing consensus that code
should be written in ascii, for a long list of reasons.

For C compatibility, D should support the C identifiers, but I don't think
there's an advantage to going beyond that. For instance, the unicode character
used in Andrei's test case won't even display properly in Explorer.

I'll fix the error message, then call it resolved.

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