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pipe/filter: -l vs -1 #740

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marwahaha opened this Issue Mar 10, 2018 · 3 comments

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marwahaha commented Mar 10, 2018

In the class, several learners confuse the -l with the -1, especially in the serif'd fonts in the graphic.

I'm not sure if we can clarify the graphic, or at least give a few tips in the lesson or instructor guide that -l is NOT -1.

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gcapes commented Mar 12, 2018

I've also had a few questions on this. The font could certainly make the distinction clearer. For programming, this is a useful font-selection criteria, along with slashed zeros to distinguish 0 and O. The font is probably something for the styles repository though?

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gdevenyi commented Mar 12, 2018

The graphics are pretty old, doubtful it's been standardized. Welcome a PR that fixes the fonts

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colinmorris commented Mar 19, 2018

Another alternative would be to use the long form of the option, --lines.

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