Since AmigaOS does not fully manage the multilingualism of languages ​​or scripts that are written from right to left, Gilles Dridi decided to release an Arabic console that is well advanced and offers a wide range of possibilities ounce integrated in AmigaOS 4.1. All modern programming tools are based on the ASCII character set, which encodes Latin Characters and was originally based on the English Language. As a result, programming has become tied to a single written culture. Gilles Dridi explores and challenges that by presenting a language that deviates almost entirely from ASCII.

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