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>A few days ago I asked whether to use RSxxx or RS-xxx and asked the
>list for help. Y'know what? I came away with four different answers--and
>I only started out with two! *sigh!*
>EIA-xxx (or was it EIS? I forget as I write this)
If the number is 232, don't forget the C for "conditional". The
standard was never approved.
P.S. Pressure from work means that I have to take a vacation from
newsgroups and mailing lists until March 20. Please Cc: a copy of any
follow-up. I should get around to it within a week or so. <g>
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