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Subject:Re: Making Cents of the Keyboard From:Judith Grobe Sachs <judygs -at- UIC -dot- EDU> Date:Thu, 11 May 1995 09:01:35 CDT
In response to Diane Williams <DWILLIAM -at- WALCOFF -dot- COM>, who suggested
that we replace the logical not symbol on the keyboard with the
cents sign -- I don't that the people who use computers for (gasp!)
programming would be particularly happy with that idea! :-)
Judith Grobe Sachs +*+ Computer Center, University of Illinois at Chicago
(312)996-3758, fax 996-6834 +*****+ If you don't get everything you want,
judygs -at- uic -dot- edu +*+ think of the things you don't get that you don't want.