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Subject:Re: K vs k From:"Guy A. McDonald" <guym -at- DAKA -dot- COM> Date:Wed, 31 Jan 1996 14:05:49 -0800
>And the American military and the rest of the world would be wrong. :-)
The SI symbol for kilo is lowercase k, not uppercase K. I've noted a
convention that arising that K represents 1024 and k represents 1000. =
the 5k run would be 5000 meters.
I don't speak for nobody, not even me!
"Military intelligence" is by convention "FUBAR" (however dismissing the =
target audience is not wise in our business). If they want apples, I =
don't give them oranges. Many writers I've been around who can't digest =
that end up miserable and/or unemployed.
I take it you will not do business with the American Military. Wise =
Guy McDonald (10 year submarine veteran, ex-Rickover road-kill :)
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