Re: (OT) Re: Building up a FAQ: Please reply
|From:||Padraic Brown <agricola@...>|
|Date:||Sunday, January 20, 2002, 1:25|
Am 19.01.02, Roger Mills yscrifef:
> >Perhaps, like many ancient typewriters, his keyboard doesn't
> >have a 1 (one) key.
> My keyboard does so have a 1 one key! Don't they all? I remember to use it
> about 99% of the time. But 40 years at the typewriter vs. 3 at the computer
> is hard to overcome, and in the heat of the moment I revert to old
Let's see... 40 from 2002 is 1962. Didn't they have ones at that
time? My typewriter is early 20th century, which explains its
onelessness. Since you deny using a oneless typewriter, why would
you use the ell in stead of the one anyway? And yes, very old
typewriters didn't have a one key, so the ell was used in its
Gwerez dah, chee gwaz vaz, ha leal.