Ar 16:33 -0400 1999-08-18, scríobh John Cowan:
>Contrary to your doubts on p. 2, TeX typists throughout the world always
>have used, and continue to use, GRAVE ACCENT doubled to indicate
>an opening double quotation mark, and APOSTROPHE doubled to
>indicate a closing double quotation mark. ("Opening" and "closing"
>here refer to Anglo-American practice.)
So what are you saying? That TeX typists use an archaic inputting method?
Or that TeX typists employ appalling typography?
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