On Tue, 19 Jan 2010, Wolfgang Schuster wrote:

Am 19.01.10 21:10, schrieb Alan BRASLAU:
You probably are right to favor \quotation{}, \dots, etc.
and to go unicode. But is it really necessary and a good idea
to break with TeX culture? I guess so. What about $ $ (and $$ $$)?
How about % (\%)? Not to mention&

$ and & are no problem because you can write inline math with \formula{...}
and ConTeXt’s tables don't use &

I will probably also set # catcode to be letter in ctxcatcodetable.

% is problmeatic because you need a character to start a comment
and there is AFAIK no way to get the same result from % with a macro

\comment{something}

or

\startcomment
...
\stopcomment

Aditya
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