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July 16, 2013

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Not to forget that the shell we often run is called ksh (no vowels wasted there) and vi, the famous text editor, doesn't use function keys. It all extends the life of our keyboards (or should I say "kybrds"?)

It should also be noted that whatever the vowel conservation features of the IBM i command line, it is perhaps the world's only operating system that is named by a single vowel.

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