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--- Comment #18 from Adam D. Ruppe <> 2012-08-15 
14:34:54 PDT ---
I think rejecting might be the best option because if you treat it as a string,
what if it doesn't have a 0 terminator? That could easily happen if you pass it
a pointer to a D string.

I don't think that is technically un-@safe, but it could be a problem anyway to
get an unexpected crash because of it. At least with to!string(char*) you might
think about it for a minute and avoid the problem.

So on one hand, I think it should just work, but on the other hand the compile
time error might be the most sane.

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