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Subject:Re: time stamp or timestamp? From:Howard Kaikow <kaikow -at- STANDARDS -dot- COM> Date:Sat, 24 Dec 1994 14:42:41 GMT
I've also seen it both ways. However, there will "shortly" be two new
ISO/IEC standards for the recording of information on media that use
timestamp. These will likely influence such use in the computer arena.
In article <9412231512 -dot- A25267 -at- smtplink -dot- ngc -dot- com>,
Gail DeCamp <decampg -at- smtplink -dot- ngc -dot- com> wrote:
>Text item: Text_1
> Hi, everyone!
> The NGC technical publications editor and I have a word usage
> question. Do most of you spell it "time stamp" or "timestamp"? We've
> seen it both ways.
> Gail DeCamp
> decampg -at- smtplink -dot- ngc -dot- com
> Speaking from, but not for, Network General Corporation