--- Comment #15 from Jonathan M Davis <> 2012-08-15 14:06:49 
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I'm saying that we shouldn't treat char* differently from int* just because
some newbies expect char* to act like a string. And if you know D, then you
know that char* is _not_ a string, and I don't see how you could expect it to
be treated as one. Either making char* act like a string or disallowing
printing it would make it act differently from other pointer types just to
appease the folks who mistakingly think that char* is a string.

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