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I comfort myself with the realization that I determine the depth of my
subtitles (and hence section numbers). I am in control! And I would
never let them get to three decimal points.
If you're in the military, on the other hand, I guess you have no
control and have to grin and bear it.
On 11/12/15, Peter Neilson<neilson -at- windstream -dot- net> wrote:
Isn't that some sort of Mil Spec?
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