You can use more than just letters as the numbering series identifiers; digits
and punctuation symbols work also, although can become extremely confusing.?
I have not tested it thoroughly, but I believe that any single character may be
used as an identifier preceding the colon, so you can have the very cryptic
number series <:<n+>
--- On Tue, 2/24/09, Stuart Rogers <srogers at phoenix-geophysics.com> wrote:
quills at airmail.net wrote:
> The number stream identifier is H: but could be any captial letter.
...or any lower case letter. The series label is case-sensitive, so h: and H:
would identify two different streams.
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