--- Comment #1 from Marcin Kuszczak <> 2011-01-09 13:18:44 PST 
After rethinking problem it seems that real problem is that char and wchar are
not "real" characters. These two types are just artificial things which cause
more troubles than necessary. The only "true" character is dchar and all other
character types should be depreciated.

In such a case:
string <=> ubyte[] => dchar[]
wstring <=> ushort[] => dchar[]

... and maybe also:
dstring <=> uint[] <=> dchar[]

where "=>" means "can be viewed as"

It would solve cleanly and properly problems with strange and unnecessary
conversions like "dchar -> char"

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