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Subject: Re: what is 100R mean in a schematics?
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Date: Fri, 20 Dec 2002 20:30:19 GMT
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"DIN A4" used to be a European standard, but has long been adopted by ISO
I don't understand why the USA (represented by ANSI) are member of ISO if
they don't seem to care the least about it.
Welcome to the world. :-)
PS: Well, things may get better; I was told A4 is getting some acceptance
(very slowly), mainly because most scientific publishers and institutions
refuse papers in formats other that A4.
"Chris Hills" wrote in message
> I have noticed that the US seems to regard it's own standards as
> "Standards" and any non US (usually ISO) standards as an imposition....
> I once asked a US Engineer to supply documentation on A4 and he refused
> to be forced into a "European standard" and was only going to use the
> "Standard" Letter size that "everyone" uses!
> \/\/\/\/\ Chris Hills Staffs England /\/\/\/\/\
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