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Cédric Luthi 14 Nov 18
Want to argue if a code point should be named CodePoint, UnicodeScalar, Rune, Glyph, Grapheme or anything else? Come join the discussion on
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soroush 14 Nov 18
Replying to @0xced
i was terrified this was going to be a link to the swift forums
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Cédric Luthi 14 Nov 18
Replying to @khanlou
Haha no, I’m converted to .NET now and I’m quite happy with it. 😉 I have basically never used swift and half my timeline complaining about how broken the tooling was for the past few years has not encouraged me to try it. So I’m still occasionally writing Objective-C. 🤷🏻‍♂️
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Mattt
FWIW, Swift has the most correct and usable implementations of String of any standard library I've encountered. Consistent Unicode terminology, with concessions for ergonomics. .NET would do well to borrow more from Swift here. (Better than consulting a thesaurus, at least)
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