Hi,

In message "Re: Are %q and %Q universal?"
    on 02/05/05, Chris Gehlker <gehlker / fastq.com> writes:

|I was actually thinking it would be:
|%<non-roman character corresponding to q><non-roman
|character'>brabrabra...<non-roman character'>
|
|So I was asking about the non-roman character corresponding to q. My
|assumption was that one could type '%' but not 'q' or 'Q' on a non-roman
|keyboard. Maybe my assumption is flawed. If so, please set me straight.
|
|RubyStudio uses Cocoa APIs so it sees everything from the keyboard as
|unichars. I'm just looking for the local specific equivalents to 'q' and
|'Q'.

Fortunately (or unfortunately) Ruby parser only takes ASCII character,
so that you have to convert unichars into ASCII before passing
programs to the parser.  So that your assumption will not be the
problem.

							matz.