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Subject:Re: DB? What's it stand for? From:Melissa Fisher <mfisher -at- MOBSEC -dot- COM> Date:Mon, 15 Dec 1997 13:05:02 -0500
FWIW, I seem to remember being told at one point that all our docs
should be checked to make sure connectors were referred to as DB-25s and
DE-9s, since there was no such thing as a DE-25 or DB-9. Supports
Arlen's theory, however vaguely.