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Comment: Re:Did Fluke request this? (Score 2) 653

by shobadobs (#46525933) Attached to: $30K Worth of Multimeters Must Be Destroyed Because They're Yellow

If you just offer one-time exceptions whenever anybody whines, they'll have no incentive to not obey trademarks in the future. There is a huge difference between Flukes and cheap $15 multimeters, and it was completely unnecessary for these multimeters to copy Fluke's trademarked color scheme. They aren't exactly some no-name brand. The color scheme of these devices was chosen to mimic that of Fluke's. It's a clear cut case of trademark violation.e

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+ - Site to handle snippets of C# code->

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An anonymous reader writes "Sites to paste code snippets such as pastebin.com have been around for a long time, but http://dotnetpad.net/ is the first site of its kind that is able the compile and run C# code. This tool is a very good way for programmers to collaborate about C# code without needing to download and run it in Visual Studio. Even more useful for microsoft haters and computers without a copy of Visual Studio!"
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