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Thread: Proper tagging, was: I say it is spinach and to hell with it!
picon face BY : John Nall email (remove spam text)

Olin Lathrop wrote:

> > This is an example of a problem that seems trivial but I think
> causes a lot
> of other problems.  People seem to think that it's OK to put anything on
> [OT], even when it fits within the definition of [PIC], [EE], or some
> other
> tag.

I'm sure you are correct, but it was not clear to me that the original
posting should have been a [PIC] posting.  I try very hard to adhere to
the guidelines, which say:

[PIC] Should be at the start of the subject line for most postings
to the PICList. This says that a PIC microcontroller (or clone) is
directly involved, connected or the entire subject of your post. Any
person who works with PICs would want to read it...

Now, my posting dealt entirely with the C language -- not with the PIC
microcontroller.  I suppose there is a PIC "connection," but it would be
very tenuous.  That said, however, I'll try and do better next time and
use the [PIC] label if there is any connection whatsoever

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