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This may be a strange question for this list, but has anybody ever been in a
hotel, or any building for that matter, with more than a few floors
underground? How are they labeled?
I've only ever seen B for Basement and BB for Below Basement? Beyond
Basement? What comes when you have 4, 5, 6 or 10 floors below ground level?
I'm writing a manual for software that has a Floor box you fill in with a
number then radio buttons to select Ground or Underground. I think the
Underground selection means that if you put 5 in the Floor and select
Underground that it means 5 stories below ground level. I've not much
experience with buildings like these.
PS. The SME doesn't know. It was just in the spec.
I learned there are troubles
Of more than one kind.
Some come from ahead
And some come from behind.
But, I've bought a big bat.
I'm already, you see.
Now my troubles are going
To have troubles with me!
-- Dr. Seuss.
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