[200q20v] Still learning the lingo
Glen Dustin Powell
gpowell at ennovatenetworks.com
Fri Aug 18 15:03:46 EDT 2000
Methinks it means 2C = 200 in the same way 4K = 4000 and 5K = 5000. The
letter is a muliplier based on the metric system, C = *100 and K = *1000.
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Subject: Re: [200q20v] Still learning the lingo
In a message dated Fri, 18 Aug 2000 1:25:28 PM Eastern Daylight Time, Phil
Rose <pjrose at frontiernet.net> writes:
However, you could also encounter "2Cq" (or 2CQ) and while that possibly
means a pair of coupe quattros, it's more likely meant to designate a "200
quattro" model (e.g., 1Cq = "100 quattro" model)
I've seen that 2CQ abrieviation before, here and various places on the web.
Not sure why you'd do that; 200q is only one digit larger than 2Cq, and more
widely used. Why abbreviate a 3 digit word to 2 digits?
(At my work, our "standard operating procedures" or SOPs says in reports we
abbreviate things if they're used more than once. very silly, and more work
for our clients; I believe in plain non-technical language, without jargon,
where possible. e.g., we say "Total Petroleum Hydrocarbons (TPH)" in a
report, and next time just say TPH, even if it is several pages between
references, and thus out of context. Not that anyone here cares... but
that's one reason I put up the acronym list).
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