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--- Alyssa Fox <a -dot- fox -at- pentasafe -dot- com> wrote:
> Are any of these preferred or standard, and if so, which one? If not, does
> anyone have any suggestions as to a good solution for this?
No, *I* don't think any of them are either preferred or standard. I think it is
important that you all settle on one way of doing it and do it that way
consistently. (But you already knew that.)
You're going to get a lot of opinions from the list on this, but the real solution,
in my opinion, is for you and your co-writers to sit down and hammer out a standard
you will all agree to follow. This exercise should take no more than fifteen
minutes, but in reality it will probably take at least an hour (sigh). Bring donuts. :-)
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