[erlang-questions] Erlang 3000?
Wed Nov 19 10:33:39 CET 2008
Richard O'Keefe wrote:
> On 17 Nov 2008, at 1:44 pm, Håkan Stenholm wrote:
>> Conditionals that have more than 2 branches where none of them
>> branch on
>> patterns - e.g. something like the to_upper code below:
>> to_upper_char(C) when is_integer(C) ->
>> $a =< C, C =< $z -> C - 32;
>> 16#E0 =< C, C =< 16#F6 -> C - 32;
>> 16#F8 =< C, C =< 16#FE -> C - 32;
>> true -> C
> If this is supposed to convert ISO Latin 1 characters
> to upper case, it's wrong. (In at least two different
> ways, both of which are left as an exercise for the
> reader.) Code for such purposes simply shouldn't be
> written by hand these days, but should be generated by
> some sort of script from the (relevant portion of the)
> Unicode data base. As such, whether it's written using
> 'case', 'if', or embedded Intercal should be of no interest.
??? That's a perfectly correct translation from lowercase to uppercase
Unicode is something else.
Or is there just some bug in the code as such that I fail to see?
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