On Tue, 4 Jul 2000, Thomas Dickey wrote:
> ah. (at the time - mid 70's, we thought it was just part of the overall
> approach - having lowercase avoided shifting, short names lessened typing, and
> eliminating carriage return made the files shorter).
Oh, I think it was. My point was that there was a standards-based
justification for using 0A in particular.
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