Re: ie and eg

Subject: Re: ie and eg
From: John Trollope <John -dot- Trollope -at- TEAM17 -dot- COM>
Date: Wed, 27 Nov 1996 09:42:40 +0000

>I agree that these abbreviations are not extremely difficult to
>understand, although I'm *certain* the distinction between the two of
>them eludes the *average* reader. But that's not why I don't use them.

Ouch, I thought I was a better-than-average reader. Can you tell me the
difference please?

Humbled,
John
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