[OS X TeX] installing from TeXLive

Bruno Voisin bvoisin at mac.com
Sat Nov 18 11:12:11 EST 2006

Le 18 nov. 06 à 12:00, Anthony Morton a écrit :

> The point is that in ordinary English the distinction between  
> uppercase and lowercase doesn't carry semantic weight - it's a  
> matter of typographical convention.  The
> exact same word is rendered as 'Report' when it begins a sentence  
> and 'report' when it doesn't, so when you use it as a file name  
> should it be 'Report' or 'report'?

That's completely off-topic here, but in Mathematica, for example,  
function names are case-sensitive, with Mathematica-specific  
functions all starting with an uppercase letter (so that a user is  
suggested to start her own commands with lowercase).

Bruno Voisin

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