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Sometimes, I wish I'd take the extra 30 seconds before hitting "send"
... that's Earth ground, not chassis ground. Unfortunately, the Unicode
specification doesn't seem to include a glyph for chassis ground. I'm
actually surprised that the Unicode spec. doesn't include the four IEC
ground symbols, only the Earth ground one?
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