A fairly serious case, well, at least according to my psychiatrist.In Richmond's case
I don't know if it were thee, Mark, or someone else who implemented 'proper' Unicode
via the transition from numToChar to numToCodePoint, but, despite all my initial cursing,
thanks to the very good offices of SEARCH-AND-REPLACE everything fairly rapidly began
to behave itself again, and I have nothing but admiration for that transition.
The results are worth a million more than the "agony" of the transition.
No, I won't kiss you; either literally or virtually, because, on the internet,
one never knows who is taking note, BUT . . .