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Do not use non-ASCII characters as identifiers – not all your tools support them well enough

The Wiert Corner – For a very long time I’ve discouraged people from using non-ASCII characters in identifiers. In the past, transliterations messed things up. Even with increased support for Unicode, tools still screw non-ASCII characters up. Delphi is not alone in this (the most important one is the DFM view as text support), see this report: [RSP-16767] Viewing a form as text fails with non ascii control or event names – Embarcadero Technologies (you need an account for this, but the report is visible for anyone): Viewing a form as text fails with non ascii control or event names Comment Steps: ...
Favorite? Off-Topic? jpluimers @ 2018-04-05 13:04

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