Subject: Re: [isocpp-ext] P2320: "The Syntax of Static Reflection" feedback request
From: Isabella Muerte (imuerte_at_[hidden])
Date: 2021-02-16 01:57:40
>From what I understand the backtick (`) is available in all existing
character sets, including EBCDIC. Instead of ^, perhaps surrounding
something within backticks would be the way to go. e.g.,
int var = 42; auto info = `var`;
I understand that this would make writing markdown without triple
backtick support "not fun", but if we made decisions for C++ based on
how nice a web page generator looked, we wouldn't have quite a few
features I reckon.
As a brief addendum, I do like the use of [: :]. It keeps banana clips
([| and|] respectively) open for our use in the future.
On February 15, 2021, EWG <ext_at_[hidden]> wrote:
> Andrew, Wyatt, and Daveed kindly finished the paper which was
> mentioned during last SG7 session and because the next SG7 meeting is
> next weekÂ I would like all of you to read the paper and send feedback
> to SG7 mailing list, so we have as much of information as possible.
> The paper is here:Â <https://isocpp.org/files/papers/P2320R0.pdf>Â and
> it will be part of the next mailing.
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