[Python-Dev] String methods... finally
mal at lemburg.com
Wed Jun 16 10:29:27 CEST 1999
Guido van Rossum wrote:
> > Is there any sort of agreement that Python will use L"..." to denote
> > Unicode strings? I would be happy with it.
> I don't know of any agreement, but it makes sense.
The u"..." looks more intuitive too me. While inheriting C/C++
constructs usually makes sense I think usage in the C community
is not that wide-spread yet and for a Python freak, the small u will
definitely remind him of Unicode whereas the L will stand for
(nearly) unlimited length/precision.
Not that this is important, but...
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