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Subject:Re: Non-alphabetic Characters From:HOLLAND -at- IPFWCVAX -dot- BITNET Date:Tue, 7 Dec 1993 20:02:29 EST
Just for fun, I looked in the American Heritage Dictionary--the first edition
that has all the wonderful Indo-European root stuff. A slash, it sez, can also
be called a virgule, a shilling, or a solidus. And next time I wanna make my
readers feel really STUPID, I think I'll use ALL those words.
holland -at- cvax -dot- ipfw -dot- indiana -dot- edu