--- Larry Wall <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote: . . . > <-[a..z]> > > should be allowed/encouraged/required. It greatly improves the > readability in my estimation. The only problem with requiring .. is > that people *will* write <[a-z]> out of habit, and we would probably > have to outlaw the - form for many years before everyone would get > used to the .. form. So maybe we allow - but warn if not > backslashed.
In general, I think this is a great idea, but what exactly do you mean by "warn if not backslashed"? That I'd get a warning *any* time I use a dash in a character class? I guess I can live with that. __________________________________ Do you Yahoo!? Plan great trips with Yahoo! Travel: Now over 17,000 guides! http://travel.yahoo.com/p-travelguide