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## All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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• #### JFTR(Score:1)

I'm always using three... ;) At least since I got a bit interested in typography.
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• #### Re:(Score:1)

Hehe, when I'm concerned about typography I always write `\ldots`, but even if I didn't, my editor would do that for me. Unless I'm in math mode, for in that case I use amsmath's `\dots` which chooses the right dots for the given expression. Well, just to say something\ldots

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• #### Typing proper typographical ellipses(Score:1)

It’s Unicode codepoint U+2026.

In HTML and XML, you can represent it as “&#x2026;” (or “&#8230;” – or “&hellip;” for “horizontal ellipsis” but only in HTML).

My .vimrc says “`digraphs .. 8230`”, so that Ctrl-K . . will produce a proper ellipsis.

In gtk+/GNOME apps, you can enter any Unicode codepoint by typing it while holding down Ctrl-Shift. (But it should be avoided on use Perl as it is not (yet?) completely