--- Comment #9 from Vladimir Panteleev <> 2012-08-15 
13:24:08 PDT ---
Another case of confusion due to format treating C strings as pointers:

I still think that the current behavior, regardless of how much it makes sense
from a design/consistency/orthogonality/etc. perspective, is simply not useful
and fails the principle of least surprise in most expected cases.

I strongly believe that we should either forbid passing char pointers to
format/writeln (and force the user to cast to void* or convert to a D string),
or print them as C null-terminated strings.

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