Yep... very off-topic, I know... But still... Is there a technical reason? If not, I'd like to be "SYN-bit" :-)
asked 09 Sep '10, 15:21
edited 12 Sep '10, 22:50
This is a known bug in OSQA. Unfortunately no one has come up with a fix.
answered 09 Sep '10, 15:30
Gerald Combs ♦♦
My generic answer is that most programming languages are friendlier toward an underscore than hyphen, it’s been that way since I can remember. That goes back to Pascal, FORTRAN, and various other old school languages I have studied. Therefore it could be a result of the language it was written in. I could be wrong, I did buy an eraser once and never got the chance to use it. ; ).
answered 15 Sep '10, 12:49