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> The Microsoft Manual of Style works for Windows-based applications. Is there
> a similar style guide for Unix-based applications?
If the designers of X-windows built cars, there would
be no fewer than five steering wheels hidden about the
cockpit, none of which followed the same prinicples --
but you'd be able to shift gears with your car stereo.
Useful feature, that.
-- From the programming notebooks of a heretic, 1990.
Of course Microsoft completely ignore their style guide for their own
applications. Freedom to innovate.
Rev Simon Rumble <simon -at- rumble -dot- net>
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