Mark J. Reed wrote:
On Tue, Aug 12, 2008 at 4:03 AM, Michael Mangelsdorf <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
relaxed identifiers could become what programmers actually expect.

Relaxing the rules is fine, but I would like to state for the record
that I'd rather not ever see whitespace allowed in identifiers.
That's an Applescript feature that I could do without in Perl. (Not
that anyone was proposing such a thing, just getting my objection out
there preemptively. :))

Considering that AFAIK we can use absolutely any character string at all as an identifier as long as it is string-quoted, that feature should be enough to let us use things like whitespace in names, so unquoted identifier names should err on the side of being more strict and limited, I think. -- Darren Duncan

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