What browsers do not support style classes on the Cyrillic alphabet?

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Asked the name of the rule class in Cyrillic and it works!?
<style>
 .MyClass{color: red;}
</style>

I would like to ask the experts: do all browsers support style rules, classes which are assigned in Cyrillic and what technical possible negative consequences you can easily prepare, of course, with the exception of the disgruntled cries of the third parties that received the code to work with it?
June 8th 19 at 17:20
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June 8th 19 at 17:22
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and it works!?


Hi Chris Coiera from 2010:
Oh, and yes-it-works-in-IE6™ & yes-it-validates™


So you can use. The main thing - to follow the encodings of the files, especially those generated automatically, and then everything will break.

PS: you Can write your yopta-bootstrap for people who write on yoptascript :)
June 8th 19 at 17:24
In my yard for such a blade allowed (C)
I'm talking about and wrote:
with the exception of the disgruntled cries of the third parties that received the code to work with it?

And other self-harm. - Adela.Feeney40 commented on June 8th 19 at 17:27
June 8th 19 at 17:26
All such names (including variables in js) can be written in Unicode, and will not have problems.

Because everywhere Unicode.
21 in the yard.

But the severe professionals may need to slap or say anything offensive.
Because in the professional world of web development must for to call. But it is only because of the global need to hire employees from other countries, for example Indians or Russian, all should work in a standard framework™. So this is a purely globalist thing. If you're an easy lover, patriot, and for import substitution and the iron curtain from the English-speaking world feel free to write in Russian — I personally say thank you, because it is easier to read code.

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