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The_Don

What does this symbol mean to you ?

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oldwomanc6

Both a pound sign and a number sign. I guess having multiple answers would be useful this time. :P



I remember when phones didn't have the "#" symbol on them. :P
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BillyVance

***Both a pound sign and a number sign. I guess having multiple answers would be useful this time. :P



I remember when phones didn't have the "#" symbol on them. :P

I remember when you had to stick your finger in a hole and move it around.

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muff528

***It's not a hash mark, these are hash marks :P



You got no argument from me!

Not the most common usage of hash marks I fear.

https://www.google.com/search?q=hash+marks&hl=en&source=lnms&tbm=isch&sa=X&ei=8AOMUaCoHYu-9QTCkYHgDQ&sqi=2&ved=0CAcQ_AUoAQ&biw=1280&bih=869

Just sayin. it's way down on the page - and only ONE reference.
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The_Don

# Tell your location people! ;)



FIFY. ;)

The hash symbol, outside of America has been referred to as the hash symbol for a long, long time.

All that twitter has done, is shown Americans what the symbol is really called ;)

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ryoder

******0a23



WTF?

$ echo '#' | od -h
0000000 0a23
0000002

You mean 0x23.

Without -n echo appends a 0x0a newline character and that second byte was interpreted as the most significant bits since you're using a little endian box.

echo -n \# | od -t x1
0000000 23
0000001

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I was soooo far off the mark!!! Was asked if I really didn't know. ok I'll admit my thought was I thought pot was called hash?? My mistake.
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