From a journalist, to “SOMEONE WORKING ON NEW CARY GRANT FILM”:
WRITING A STORY. IMPERATIVE FOR ME TO KNOW: HOW OLD CARY GRANT?--JOHN SMITH
OLD CARY GRANT FINE. HOW YOU, JOHN SMITH?--CARY GRANT
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People in the computer world, especially those preparing documentation, seem to be in love with Sans-Serif fonts such as Helvetica. This is a very bad practice, and such fonts' usage should be minimized.
Sometimes it's possible to build logos and unusual or rare accented letters through the use of HTML and CSS font selection, sizing, and precise positioning.
The primary cause of run-time problems in C code, has been (in my experience), mistakes in the handling of pointers. Here are some, ah, pointers on good code practices.
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