Re: Bug#132885: ITP: mcs -- C# compiler
On Fri, 2002-02-08 at 12:46, Paul Hampson wrote:
> On Fri, Feb 08, 2002 at 05:33:29PM +0000, Rob Bradford wrote:
> > So its C hash.
> But # is just four +, packed together for more efficient
> transport over the internet....
Really? Why is it on my phone, then? Last I checked, # (pound) was to
represent a numerical value... at least in the US. (i.e. check out
But us Americans are stupid and pervert everything intelligent, so who
knows what # means now. ^,^
> I don't think C hash is a suitable product name for the US.
> Drug references in product names don't seem to go down well
> over there.
It depends with whom you are talking. My boss's boss wouldn't enjoy
hearing about C hash, but I think it's funny as hell. ~,^
> Paul "TBBle" Hampson, MCSE
> 4th year CompSci/Asian Studies student, ANU
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> Of course Pacman didn't influence us as kids. If it did,
> we'd be running around in darkened rooms, popping pills and
> listening to repetitive music.
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