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From: Michel Catudal
Subject: Re: what is 100R mean in a schematics?
Date: 22 Dec 2002 14:18:19 -0600
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Watson A.Name wrote:
> Michel Catudal wrote:
>> Watson A.Name wrote:
>>>j.b. miller wrote:
>>>>One hundred Ohms.
>>>>the R represents the Decimal Point which may NOT show up the schematic
>>>>due to printing problems !
>>>Er, you wanna try that again? Duh.
>> As ridiculous as it may sound it has some truth into it.
>> Personally I never write it like that as I think that it looks stupid.
>> With modern printers there is no logic in writing this way.
> The R may not show up due to printing problems? Or the dot?
> Show up the schematic, or show up _in_ the schematic?
> Clear as mud.
Whoever came up with this approach must have been sniffing some strange
As absurd as it may be some people actually believe that it looks better
and is easier to read that way.
Tired of Microsoft's rebootive multitasking?
then it's time to upgrade to Linux.
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