Fri, 23 Feb 2001 00:57:53 -0800
Around 0 o'clock on Feb 23, Barton C Massey wrote:
> Of course you get a vote. My vote is "none of the above": I
> haven't given up yet on something less horrible. I'll try
> to grub around in the innards this weekend unless somebody
> beats me to it... My second choice would be a leading ".",
> which currently has no meaning AFAIK and is fairly
> unobtrusive at least.
You can use:
. , ^ : | @ % _ ?
"_" has the advantage that it's currently allowed in the middle of
identifiers but not at the begining, "." is so unobtrusive as to be lost
occaisionally, perhaps ':' or '|' would be better? I don't like '@' or
'%', those seem likely to obscure the typename a bit.