[texhax] "@" : vowel or glottal stop ? (was : Some puzzling TeX)
Philip Taylor (Webmaster, Ret'd)
P.Taylor at Rhul.Ac.Uk
Sat Feb 19 13:12:03 CET 2011
Uwe Lueck wrote:
> "Philip Taylor (Webmaster, Ret'd)"<P.Taylor at rhul.ac.uk> wrote 19.02.2011 11:37:16:
>> I have never understood (and continue to fail to understand)
>> why, when Don made it quite clear in Plain.TeX that "@" is a
> where? how? How are \thr@@, \count@, \prim at s, \pr at m@s, \pr@@@s pronounced?
\thr@@ : three
\count@ : count zero
\prim at s : primes
\pr at m@s : primes
\pr@@@s : primes (@ abused as "m" here)
(skipping over the rest, probably too long to discuss on-list).
Not sent from my i-Pad, i-Phone, Blackberry, Blueberry, or any
such similar poseurs' toy, none of which would I be seen dead
with even if they came free with every packet of cornflakes.
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