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poll ideas quest 2009
Where possible, <markup> tags should be written in
You forgot dromedaryCase and lCFIRSTCASE (these two are handy for languages like prolog or haskell or ruby where the case of the first letter of a word counts as a silgil).
Use single letter tag names, and make them case-sensitive because that allows more choices. If you run out of single letter names, use two-letter names with the case of both letters significant.
Consistent case (i.e., pick a style and use it for all tags consistently).
A Programming Language, 1962
Programming the 1900 series in COBOL, 1974
Algorithms + Data Structures = Programs, 1976
The C Programming Language, 1978
System V - Interface definition, 1986
Z80 Assembly Language Programming, 1979
TheSOURCE User's Manual, 1979
The C Primer, 1983
Interactive Fortran 77, A Hands on Approach, 1984
Perl.1 man page, 1991
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