Do you say "three point one one" or "three point eleven"?
now that I have opened up this can of worms...you will realize that people will have their own preferences ... and unless you can show me an official email indicating otherwise....
While we are at it ... for the longest period of time the debate has rage about how one "says" esri ... is it e s r i or is it ezzree ?? what happened to the uppercase version? etc etc
Interesting question. I don't know what the actual team calls it. I would probably use three point eleven or three dot eleven, but a case could be made for simply three eleven. Many people on the ArcGIS Desktop/Server teams say ten three, ten two two, etc. and omit the "point" or "dot" here in Redlands. If I were speaking to a customer, I would be more likely to include "point".
Dan Patterson we had at least two emails when the official pronunciation and spelling changed. It's officially ez-ree (short e then long e) and Esri (except in the logo).
Yes but you can tell the difference between my older students and newer students...habits are slow to die Melita Kennedy
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