So today is my first official day in my new role as the Windows International Site Manager for the UK
Yesterday I posted a list of the top 10 most visited pages in Windows Help and How-To for UK customers,
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I understood that the beginning of a sentence or a qouted sentence is capitalized, but the first word after a colon is still part of the same sentence as the words preceding it. This information is coming from an American, so the rules I understand might not be the same as British grammar rules.
Thanks superccat - from my very in-exhaustive web research I found articles such as:
'There is some debate about whether the clause following the colon should begin with a capital letter or not. If the colon precedes a formal quote, you should begin the language of that quote with a capital letter. If the explanation that follows the colon contains more than one sentence, you should use a capital letter. In other cases, some guides simply advise consistency, others advise that a capital should always be used.'
So I am trying to stick to the consistency track :)
As a experience VB/VB.Net developer working on a C# project, I answer your question in the title with "I wish!!!". The 2 most annoying things about c# is semicolons and case-sensitive. I will never understand why these holdovers from archaic programming days are still in place.
Last month I highlighted the pages on the UK Windows Help and How-to site that had the most traffic.
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Spurred on by my poor effort yesterday , I decided to give it another go today, and wandered out and
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So a little later than planned, and following on from last months post here are the articles on the Windows