On 21/10/05, Darren Duncan <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> On the other hand, if you want to use the ¢ due
> to its being conceptually tied to $, that they
> are different units of currency meant to be used
> together, then the ¢ is fine.

I think the reason why Larry proposed the "¢" is much simpler - it
looks a bit like a c, which one could associate with "class", similar
to how $ looks like S (scalar) and @ looks like a (array). :)


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