|Name Mangling: Case-sensitive -> insensitive firstname.lastname@example.org (1999-12-03)|
|Re: Name Mangling: Case-sensitive -> insensitive email@example.com (1999-12-04)|
|Re: Name Mangling: Case-sensitive -> insensitive firstname.lastname@example.org (1999-12-04)|
|From:||email@example.com (Sean Case)|
|Date:||4 Dec 1999 22:31:19 -0500|
> I'm working on a compiler that compiles Modula-3 into Ada. Part of the
> problem is that Modula-3 is case-sensitive, whereas Ada is
> not. Modula-3 also allows double-underlines in identifiers, while Ada
> doesn't. Is there anyway I can map the M3 identifers into Ada and keep
> it recognizable as the original identifer (for debugging and stuff)?
Henry Baker wrote an article for ACM Ada Letters in 1993 on encoding
Common Lisp symbols as Ada-83 identifiers.
Sean Case firstname.lastname@example.org
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