Using non-ascii symbols

Rocco Moretti roccomoretti at hotpop.com
Fri Jan 27 22:31:05 CET 2006


Ivan Voras wrote:

> It's not a far-out idea. I stumbled about a year ago on a programming 
> language that INSISTED on unicode characters like ≤ as well as the rest 
> of mathematical/logical symbols; I don't remember its name but the 
> source code with characters like that looked absolutely beautiful. 

Could it be APL?

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/APL_programming_language

Although saying it used "Unicode characters" is a bit of a stretch - APL 
predated Unicode by some 30+ years.



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