On 10/20/05, Steve Peters <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote: > As I mentioned earlier, most programmers in a corporate environment have > limited access to system settings.
And in those kinds of corporate environments, you're not going to be working with any code but code written in-house. Which means that nobody is going to be using Latin-1, and everyone will be using the ASCII synonyms. What's the problem? Please, just use the ASCII synonyms. We've argued over the unicodity of Perl 6 many times; you're certainly not the first with this concern. The result every time is: Unicode will be in Perl 6, nobody is forcing you to use it. Luke