cvs commit: src/bin/cp cp.1
cperciva at freebsd.org
Fri Feb 25 12:25:40 GMT 2005
Robert Watson wrote:
> I'm told this is actually a regionalism -- in American English,
> punctuation is always placed inside the quotation, but in British English,
> the preference is outside.
To be more precise, the preference is "wherever makes logical sense". If
one is quoting a complete sentence, then it is acceptable to include the
terminating punctuation within the quotation.
> At least, so I'm told, but it could be rumors
and you seem to be missing a "u". :-)
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