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12:00 AM
@Uriel No, I think they are Israeli (though based in the US) and just want to use comfortable names. Not everyone codes "in English". I asked some of our Italian customers; they have lots of code with Italian names. And I've seen Danish too.
 
@Adám well, it's more common of ones who dislike English to use Latin characters to spell local names, like memutza = schum / godel
 
@Uriel Personally, I don't mind Hebrew and Yiddish written in Latin characters, as long as the spelling scheme makes sense (to me).
 
@Adám oh, I despise it actually
 
#TIO run apl-dyalog A←'א' ⋄ B←'ב' ⋄ ⎕←A ⊣ B ⋄ ⎕←'א' 'ב'
 
@Adám
א
אב
 
12:08 AM
@Uriel OK this is a bit odd: If you take the character and paste it in between alef and bet on the right, it becomes a
OK, I'm going to bed.
 
 
8 hours later…
8:11 AM
TIO run apl-dyalog ⎕←'א' ⊣ 'ב'
#TIO run apl-dyalog ⎕←'א' ⊣ 'ב'
 
@Uriel
א
 
O nice
 
 
5 hours later…
2:03 PM
#TIO version
#TIO help
 
@Adám I wrote some HTML with Hebrew contents, it wasn't that bad
 
Well, if you keep content on separate lines from the tags (which should work for most content) you'll be just fine.
 
@Adám but that would look ugly. my html usually looks like python (when not golfed)
 
 
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10:18 PM
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10:52 PM
#: '\ '[1+2|∘.≠⍨⍳10]
 
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wat
 

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