Python & unicode

Leif K-Brooks eurleif at ecritters.biz
Tue Jan 11 00:40:11 CET 2005


John Roth wrote:
> It doesn't work because Python scripts must be in ASCII except for
> the contents of string literals. Having a function name in anything
> but ASCII isn't supported.

To nit-pick a bit, identifiers can be in Unicode; they're simply 
confined to digits and plain Latin letters.



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