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Subject:RE: Space bar -or- Spacebar From:"Al Geist" <al -at- geistarts -dot- com> To:<techwr-l -at- lists -dot- techwr-l -dot- com> Date:Tue, 8 May 2018 07:36:28 -0400
I had a great Scotch at the "Spacebar" last night, then went home and wrote
a little, separating words by tapping the "space bar."
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Subject: Re: Space bar -or- Spacebar
The patent for the earliest QWERTY typewriters and the documentation for
the original IBM PC keyboard (the layout that is still standard today
for most full sized computer keyboards) both use "space bar."
On 5/7/2018 1:02 PM, Chris Morton wrote:
> And what is your citation?