And don't worry, somewhere after two or three years, you'll get used to
typing \ (whack) instead of / (slash).
The hard part is going back to Unix after programming one's fingers for
whack. You sending up escaping things accidentally, making characters
vanish and saying things you never meant to say. Unix knows where you've
been and it lets you know that it's not happy about it.
Joseph S. Barrera III (email@example.com)
Phone, Redmond: (206) 936-3837; San Francisco: (415) 778-8227
Pager (100 char max): firstname.lastname@example.org or (800) 864-8444