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Steve Fouts wrote:
> I worked with a programmer that did this. The writer didn't even
> realize it. The programmer wrote a code fragment and wrote his
> name out as the first letter of each comment line.
When I wrote my very first manual, at least three of the programmers
involved suggested a variation of this to me. Then they showed me their
hidden credits. It was a hoot, for sure!
I never could get that many sentences to come out right, though. :-(
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