Re: Technical name for the #?

Subject: Re: Technical name for the #?
From: Katav <katav -at- YAHOO -dot- COM>
Date: Wed, 2 Dec 1998 10:46:31 -0800

Don't the Brits also call / a 'hash'? Seems a coworker from Blighty
used to call the // in a URL a hash ... then there is the (US)
military which issues 'hash marks' for each 'n' years of service ...
the Navy's are gold colored if the sailor behaved :-].

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and no thing without its place'' {Ben Azzai [Avot 4:2]}

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