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C (transliteration needed) (Stokoe C) appears as
C (transliteration needed) (Stokoe C)
and that's too big (and the "100px" part doesn't work).—This unsigned comment was added by (talk) at 13:14, November 1, 2014‎.

I removed the "improve" template from your post, since it doesn't work here and kept the content from showing. I'm not sure why the image is full-size, but I suspect it's a change in the template rather than in the entry itself. I'll ask about it at the Grease Pit, which is where we discuss technical issues. Chuck Entz (talk) 17:04, 1 November 2014 (UTC)

Hey you can't edit this page!

If anyone can do it and feels inclined, I wanted to make this change:

C: a programming language developed in the 1970s for general purpose computing

(see definition of Fortran)

Protected page[edit]

Why? --Andrejj 19:46, 8 April 2009 (UTC)

It's protected from edits from new and anonymous users ever since a persistent vandal kept readding extraneous cruft several years ago even after being blocked for his disruptive edits. Repeated vandalism warrants protection. — Carolina wren discussió 19:59, 8 April 2009 (UTC)

RFC discussion: June 2011–April 2018[edit]

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A lot of stuff that ought to be under English initialism is under Translingual symbol, and so forth. It's all a big mish-mash. I noticed this because I was planning to add "(UK|politics|in election results) Conservative", and couldn't work out where. For extra brownie points, add that while you're cleaning up. Thanks! Equinox 23:53, 8 June 2011 (UTC)

It looks better now. Oh, and I added the UK politics thing. I'm gonna call it cleaned up after 7 years, Eq. --Cien pies 6 (talk) 20:31, 27 April 2018 (UTC)