Re: 026 keypunch

Date: Tue May 22 2007 - 17:58:54 CDT

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    >>>> 20070522 15:51 -0700, Kenneth Whistler >>>>
    That "small gamma" is the IBM CRDA:

    SS980000 Word Separator

    In the official IBM specification, the glyph shape for that is actually
    using a gamma, and it is stated that it "resembles GG01", i.e.:

    GG010000 Gamma Small [the actual Greek letter in the IBM CRDA]
    Now that is interestind, for in the old IBM writing that I have, it is a
    symmetrical thing quite other than a small gamma--but if the right mark
    is not supported, then one needs use something else that looks like.

    What is the IBM CRDA, and where does one see it?

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