On Sun, Mar 20, 2005 at 08:54:54PM -0600, Rod Adams wrote: Okay,
I've come around to liking it, but I think we have to say that 0x,
0d, 0o, 0b, and whatever else we come up with are just setting the
default radix.  If a string comes in with an explicit 0x, 0d, 0o,
or 0b, we believe that in preference to the operator.  The operator
just says what to assume in the absence of an explicit marker.  Then
we just tell people that ordinary str-to-num conversion happens to
be identical to the 0d operator.


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