Re: global numbers / letters -- best practice
Arabic numerals are likely to be understood by everyone who'll read
Jerry's documents... But even if you believe that some fraction of his
readership won't understand them, where's the benefit in using symbols
that NONE of his readers will understand?
Amen! I hate having to use equipment with mysterious artwork that's supposed to have meaning. It's Egyptian heiroglyphics with no Rosetta stone.
Does this lever move the blade up and down? Let's try it. No, it makes the engine run faster.
Of course leaving off any language at all sure cuts down on the translation costs.
Sorry, my horse was running away with me. All calmed down again now.
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