copy a image/binary file on a mac - digression

yves COPPE yvescoppe at skynet.be
Sat Jan 19 15:33:01 EST 2002


>OK, I've withstood my curiousity long enough - what do the uppercase "S"
>letters stand for in text like the excerpt below:
>
>"So if you can ameliorate your function, it will be possible to copy
>justSanythingS"
>
>I've seen that use of the uppercase "S" in a few posts recently - is this a
>new Internet thing that I'm just too behind the times to get, or is it a
>different character set that's not coming across on my PC, or what? Hey, I
>don't mind asking dumb questions!
>
>Tommy Simmons
>Employment Law Advisory Network, Inc.
>www.employmentlawadvisors.com


No I haven't type any "S", and I don't know why it comes on your 
mail. I think it's because I use a Mac and you a PC and the 
translation may fail elsewhereŠ
I hope you can read my mail without too many added chars !
-- 
Greetings.

Yves COPPE

Email : yvescoppe at skynet.be



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