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Re: [using gcc book] ch1 objective-c blurb
On Tue, 26 Aug 2003, Joseph S. Myers wrote:
> On Tue, 26 Aug 2003, Chris Devers wrote:
> > Well I'd prefer not to go so far as to use "hacker style" everywhere, but
> Actually that's what I'm suggesting; it reads more naturally to me and
> it avoids needing to work out whether "return-value optimization" is a
> technical term. Does GNU Press have any specific policy on logical
> versus old-style quoting?
I have a copy of the style guide at
(Obviously it's also available from gnu.org, but off the top of my head I
don't know what the URL is.)
At a glance, the stem "quot" doesn't seem to appear in the file (hence no
'quote', 'quoting', 'quotation', etc).
Cite something and I'll think it over :)
Chris Devers firstname.lastname@example.org
1 Incredibly large with respect to the pico-.
2 Vanishingly small with respect to the giga-.
3 Quite normal in relation to objects of comparable scale.
-- from _The Computer Contradictionary_, Stan Kelly-Bootle, 1995