Re: Sv: "Near Miss" error handling?

Ben Pfaff <>
15 Apr 2001 22:37:32 -0400

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From: Ben Pfaff <>
Newsgroups: comp.compilers
Date: 15 Apr 2001 22:37:32 -0400
Organization: Michigan State University
References: 01-03-135 01-03-171 01-04-012 01-04-066
Keywords: errors
Posted-Date: 15 Apr 2001 22:37:32 EDT

"srs srs" <> writes:

> I think most programmers, regardless of their native language, use English
> identifier names. Not all, but most. Besides, variants for other languages
> do exist; see SpellCheck from TeraTech, for instance.

There must be a demand for i18n'd variable names, though: the C99
standard includes support for nearly arbitrary Unicode characters
in identifiers, which is new since C89.

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