Penstrokes in letters (was Gz^rod|in)
|From:||Adrian Morgan <morg0072@...>|
|Date:||Tuesday, March 14, 2000, 0:16|
Once again I forgot to make sure it was sent to
Nik Taylor wrote, quoting myself:
> > As I explained, I insist on using letters where,
> > as in the Latin alphabet, the first penstroke
> > begins near the top.
> But not all of our letters to that - consider
> A, M, N, f, m, n, and some depend on the person,
> I personally start at the bottom on F, O, P, Q,
> R, b, d, f, and o.
<smiles> people are different, yes?
For me, the lowest starting point on any letter
is on the lower case 'e'. Every other letter
starts higher than that. Consequently my capital
'M's are similar to my lower case 'm's.
With numbers there are two exceptions - 4 and 8.