the meaning of rユ.......ï¾

Alex Strickland sscc at
Mon Jul 23 15:10:22 CEST 2012

On 2012/07/23 02:55 PM, Roy Smith wrote:

> Some day, we're going to have programming languages that take advantage
> of the full unicode character set.  Right now, we're working in ASCII
> and creating silly digrams/trigrams like r'' for raw strings (and triple-quotes for multi-line
> strings).  Not to mention <=, >=, ==, !=.  And in languages other than
> python, things like ->, => (arrows for structure membership), and so on.

It'll be pretty.


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