Re: Brackets

Subject: Re: Brackets
From: Chris Hulin <chrish -at- NOTES -dot- CTL -dot- COM -dot- CY>
Date: Wed, 6 Aug 1997 17:32:27 +0300

In British usage "brackets" without further qualifiaction usually means ().
The others are square and curly brackets. Braces hold your trousers up or
straighten your teeth.


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