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2008-02-27
by earl, 4275 days ago
Prolog and a moderate dose of Unicode can be a path to beautiful code. Well, the same is actually also true for Haskell and Unicode. Generally, high-level languages can profit a lot from allowing Unicode glyphs to be (carefully) used in symbols and custom operators. James Hague's "In Praise of Non-Alphanumeric Identifiers" discusses the same issue from a slightly less radical perspective.

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