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March 31, 2011, 09:41:42 PM

I can't speak for banks in general, but software developers within banks (etc) tend to just continue SI prefixes - cent, mille, micro, nano.

This could explain my preference for SI notation. :-3

In fact I was pointing out that no one had thought of what to call anything below .01.

Actually, we have:

There's just some disagreement about whether we should really use the units on the wiki or not. Especially that bitcoin-bong one...  Tongue

Well then, question answered. Thanks. I didn't see it.

*Awww c'mon .. let the stoners have their fun. It's not like they don't see innuendo everywhere anyway.

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