treaves at silverfields.com
Wed Aug 8 23:46:24 UTC 2001
On Wed, 8 Aug 2001 16:19:29 -0400
"David N. Smith (IBM)" <dnsmith at watson.ibm.com> wrote:
> I don't want to start a 'it is', 'it is not', 'it is', 'it is not', round of posts.
> The blue book spells it 'Smalltalk' (I have a copy right here in front of me). That should be sufficient. A huge pile of other Smalltalk books on my shelves spell it Smalltalk.
> IBM's VisualAge Smalltalk spells it with a lowercase, and so do other products whose manuals and boxes are not handy. CINCOM'S web site spells it Smalltalk (http://www.cincom.com/scripts/smalltalk.exe/home.asp).
> If someone knows of an case where a product or book uniformly spells it with a cap-T, it'd be interesting to see.
I stand corrected!
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