On Mon, Feb 12, 2018 at 1:43 PM, Wes <netmo....@gmail.com> wrote:

> Again, the reason is: in case in future PHP wants to use backticks for
> unicode strings, like javascript.
> If the community think it's feasible, in PHP 9, 10, whatever, it must be
> deprecated asap.
> If you think PHP should use a different syntax for unicode strings in
> future, you vote no.
> It's as simple as that. I am asking to reserve a particular syntax for
> something that could be needed in some years.

Any particular reason why "`unicode string `" wouldn't work?

Trust me, everyone here has at least one feature or operator they would
like to see done differently (cough - namespace operator -  \ - cough) but
the proverbial train left the station a long time ago.

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