It's a start dot Tom 04:50, 22 September 2007 (UTC)
Crap. it appears under "Fat Comma", not Fat comma as the wiki search would have it. How to move?dot Tom 05:24, 22 September 2007 (UTC)
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The term "fat comma" was invented in Algol-60
This article fails to acknowledge that term "fat comma" was coined for an Algol-60 feature. Actual parameters in a function call could be separated either by an actual comma:
conj(1,2) or a "fat comma" constituting an explanatory comment about the subsequent argument:
- CP/M Algol 60
- Algol-10/20 compiler source file ALGUTL.MAC, see routine FATRUND
- B5500 Algol, see nonterminal <parameter delimeter>
- alt.usage.english, Once upon a time, Algol60 (Was: CapitalWords)