Re: Simple symbol question
Anyone know what these symbols are known as when used as brackets (rather
than mathematical symbols)?
They are used (in pairs) as quotation marks by the French called guimets [gwee may].
J'ai dites, << Oui. >>
Thus, I would refer to one as an opening single guimet [gwee met] or a single closing guimet.
IMHO, stick to the usual less-than and greater-than.
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