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From: Ron Corces
To: Teacher2Teacher Public Discussion
Date: 2002072605:22:06
Subject: Re: Integers
There may be a tendency to use I,J,K for integers because of the original naming conventions in the FORTRAN programming languages. Originally, the FORTRAN language required that integers be represented only by specific "letter" variable names. I, J, K were the first three integer variables. Ron
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