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Topic: VS Russian names of variables?

Misters programmers! Who programs in Windows in Microsoftovsky IDE? Whether It is possible at C programming ++ in VC to use Russian names of variables? I am simple so asked.

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Re: VS Russian names of variables?

Hello, alpha21264, you wrote: A> Misters programmers! A> who programs in Windows in Microsoftovsky IDE? Whether A> It is possible at C programming ++ in VC to use Russian names of variables? Yes, it is possible.

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Hello, alpha21264, you wrote: whether A> It is possible at C programming ++ in VC to use Russian names of variables? sheridan@spc ~ $ echo ' #include <iostream> \n#include <string> \n#define  "orthodox " \n int main () {std:: string a variable = "I of figs know as there in studio, but"  "is able."; std:: cout <<a variable <<std:: endl;} ' | perl-pe ' BEGIN {binmode STDIN, ":utf8";} s / (.) ($1) <128? $1: sprintf ("\\U%08x", ord ($1))/ge; ' | g ++-Wall-o testbinary-fextended-identifiers-xc ++ - && echo &&./testbinary I of figs know as there in studio, but orthodox  is able.

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Hello, Sheridan, you wrote: That in the international commands was more cheerful?

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Hello, Amygdala, you wrote: A> Hello, Sheridan, you wrote: A> That in the international commands was more cheerful? sheridan@spc ~ $ echo ' #include <iostream> \n#include <string> \n#define _ "" \n int main () {std:: string  = _ ", it is absolutely true"; std:: cout << <<std:: endl;} ' | perl-pe ' BEGIN {binmode STDIN, ":utf8";} s / (.) ($1) <128? $1: sprintf ("\\U%08x", ord ($1))/ge; ' | g ++-Wall-o testbinary-fextended-identifiers-xc ++ - && echo &&./testbinary , absolutely truly

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A> I am simple so asked. Testsuite:  ++

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Hello, Sheridan, you wrote: S> Hello, alpha21264, you wrote: whether A>> It is possible at C programming ++ in VC to use Russian names of variables? S> S>sheridan@spc ~ $ echo ' #include <iostream> \n#include <string> \n#define  "orthodox " \n int main () {std:: string a variable = "I of figs know as there in studio, but"  "is able."; std:: cout <<a variable <<std:: endl;} ' | perl-pe ' BEGIN {binmode STDIN, ":utf8";} s / (.) /ord ($1) <128? $1: sprintf ("\\U%08x", ord ($1))/ge; ' | g ++-Wall-o testbinary-fextended-identifiers-xc ++ - && echo &&./testbinary S> I of figs know as there in studio, but orthodox  is able. S> Eee... It turned out here so: <stdin>:1:20: warning: extra tokens at end of #include directive /usr/lib/gcc/i686-redhat-linux/4.4.6/../../../crt1.o: In function ` _start ': (.text+0x18): undefined reference to ` main ' collect2: performance ld was completed with return code 1 You generally, what meant? Any key of the compiler? Well also tell this key separately, whether and that not enough what pearl at you (me) broke.

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Hello, alpha21264, you wrote: A> Eee... It turned out here so: A> A> <stdin>:1:20: warning: extra tokens at end of #include directive A>/usr/lib/gcc/i686-redhat-linux/4.4.6/./././crt1.o: In function ` _start ': A> (.text+0x18): undefined reference to ` main ' A> collect2: performance ld was completed with return code 1 A> You generally, what meant? Any key of the compiler? A> well also tell this key separately, whether and that not enough what pearl at you (me) broke. Well I see that you at least with 15 were not updated year the Author: Sheridan Date: 14.04.15...

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Hello, alpha21264, you wrote: A> I am simple so asked. - it is possible, my son. But in vain. (Almost () a joke)

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Hello, alpha21264, you wrote: A> I am simple so asked. A> it is possible. But suddenly your code should be supported to the maniac-murderer?

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Hello, alpha21264, you wrote: whether A> It is possible at C programming ++ in VC to use Russian names of variables? It is possible,  Norwegian, Polish and German I already saw))))

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Hello, Ops, you wrote: A>> I am simple so asked. A>> Ops> it is possible. But suddenly your code should be supported to the maniac-murderer? That's it for this reason I also want it to write in Russian.

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Re: VS Russian names of variables?

Hello, alpha21264, you wrote: Inconveniently. It is necessary to switch permanently between languages. Plus in Russian names is longer.

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Hello, anatolym, you wrote: A> it is inconvenient. It is necessary to switch permanently between languages. Plus in Russian names is longer. Aha. And in the program with the dictionary to climb, certainly it is more convenient. You did not try to write the program in Russian. And you try.

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Hello, anatolym, you wrote: A> it is inconvenient. It is necessary to switch permanently between languages. Plus in Russian names is longer. More long - nonsense, and here layout -

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Hello, Sheridan, you wrote: A>> Eee... It turned out here so: A>> A>> <stdin>:1:20: warning: extra tokens at end of #include directive A>>/usr/lib/gcc/i686-redhat-linux/4.4.6/./././crt1.o: In function ` _start ': A>> (.text+0x18): undefined reference to ` main ' A>> collect2: performance ld was completed with return code 1 A>> You generally, what meant? Any key of the compiler? A>> well also tell this key separately, whether and that not enough what pearl at you (me) broke. S> well I see that you at least with 15 were not updated year the Author: Sheridan Date: 14.04.15... Well then here so: <stdin>:1:20: the warning: superfluous tokens in the end of the directive #include it [is by default switched on]/usr/lib/gcc/x86_64-redhat-linux/4.8.3/././././lib64/crt1.o: In function ` _start ': (.text+0x20): undefined reference to ` main ' collect2: an error: performance ld was completed with return code 1

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Re: VS Russian names of variables?

Hello, alpha21264, you wrote: A> Aha. And in the program with the dictionary to climb, certainly it is more convenient. A> you did not try to write the program in Russian. And you try. You did not try to learn at last English? And you try.

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Re: VS Russian names of variables?

Hello, Night Looking, NANOSECOND> You did not try to learn at last English? And you try. And ? People Here write: Procedure of PeredOtkrytiem (the Failure, StandartnajaObrabotka) OtrazhenoVOperUchete = True;  = True;  = True; If NOT DokumentOsnovanie = Neopredeleno Then ElementyFormy. The project. Value = DokumentOsnovanie. The project; ; //PeredOtkrytiem () (And , live to itself....

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Hello, Night Looking, you wrote: NANOSECOND> Hello, alpha21264, you wrote: A>> Aha. And in the program with the dictionary to climb, certainly it is more convenient. A>> you did not try to write the program in Russian. And you try. NANOSECOND> You did not try to learn at last English? And you try. What for? I completely write in Russian in 1. When to me it is necessary C# I write in English what permanently not to change the coding. It is the unique reason. Otherwise would write all already in Russian. The blessing C# it is necessary only for  the tiny.

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Hello, Vlad_SP, you wrote: VSP> And , live to itself....  so to live? avalon/2.0.6

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Hello, Night Looking, you wrote: A>> Aha. And in the program with the dictionary to climb, certainly it is more convenient. A>> you did not try to write the program in Russian. And you try. NANOSECOND> You did not try to learn at last English? And you try. You are absolutely inadequate. Probably it because it is injured by English language. To try it is necessary to write in Russian five minutes. To "learn English" it is necessary to be born in the English-speaking country. On yours this same? Well successes to you in "English learning".

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Hello, Ops, you wrote: A>> it is inconvenient. It is necessary to switch permanently between languages. Plus in Russian names is longer. Ops> is longer - nonsense, and here layout - You that, without capital letters you write? Than layout switching differs from  Shifta?

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Hello, Vlad_SP, you wrote: V_S> And ? People Here write: It still that. Here I in one project saw simultaneously three languages (and quite often meeting in one identifier) - English, Russian and translit. Well and type names "LgotaList", everyones  "get_". Especially pleasantly this  to type - all time layout there-here you switch. Well, though any variety.

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Hello, alpha21264, you wrote: A>>> it is inconvenient. It is necessary to switch permanently between languages. Plus in Russian names is longer. Ops>> is longer - nonsense, and here layout - A> You that, without capital letters you write? Than layout switching differs from  Shifta? Well, for example, that necessity of switching of layout does not cancel necessity  . It is additional hemorrhoids on top.

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Hello, wraithik, you wrote: W> What for? Not to climb in the program with the dictionary. However, to experts on 1, being where that on a progress roadside, it can and it is not necessary, agrees.