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Mar
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accepted Capitalization of “RF” versus “dc”
Mar
4
comment Capitalization of “RF” versus “dc”
Aha! Now this is what I was looking for. Thank you!
Nov
10
comment Capitalization of “RF” versus “dc”
@HotLicks I wasn't really searching for a hard rule, rather any pointers to where this convention stems from. I've since seen more examples of it & puzzled even more...
Sep
10
comment Capitalization of “RF” versus “dc”
I think the "Vac" convention is quite old, and it just decapitalizes the letters instead of putting them in a subscript when the software used for typesetting doesn't allow subscripts.
Sep
10
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Sep
10
revised Capitalization of “RF” versus “dc”
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Sep
10
comment Capitalization of “RF” versus “dc”
@MSalters I have seen it in numerous published papers. Enough to become curious about it and ask this question! So I guess there is at least some tradition behind it.
Sep
10
asked Capitalization of “RF” versus “dc”
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awarded  Nice Question
Feb
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Feb
6
accepted A word for a symbol which has outlived its origin
Feb
6
comment A word for a symbol which has outlived its origin
Thanks a whole lot!! It's what I have been searching for.
Feb
6
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Feb
6
comment A word for a symbol which has outlived its origin
This is generally true, but I'm looking for a word which applies exactly to symbols.
Feb
6
asked A word for a symbol which has outlived its origin
Nov
10
comment What do you call a man who knows well how to fix his household appliances?
@onomatomaniak, one can argue that if you'd marry him, you will never see brand new anything for the rest of your life.
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