On 13 Jan 2010, at 22:25, Andrew Coppin wrote:
Colin Paul Adams wrote:
Andrew> It's weird that us Haskell people complain about there
Andrew> being only 26 letters in the alphabet
You have plenty of choice in Unicode.
Er... I was under the impression that Haskell source code uses the
ASCII character set, not Unicode.
(And even if that's not the case, I've yet to find a way to type in
the Unicode characters which are hypothetically possible.)
module Main where
import Prelude hiding (putStrLn)
main = let Ã = "Andrew Coppin ÑÐÐÐÐ ÐÐÐÐÐÐÑÑ ÐÐÐÑÐÐ"
Ã = ÑÑÐ_ÑÐ_ÑÐÐ where ÑÑÐ_ÑÐ_ÑÐÐ = undefined
in putStrLn Ã
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