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Le 10/02/2013 20:07, Jay Lozier a écrit :
I have mostly seen either "Page x of y", "x", or more rarely "x of y" in
the US. The "x / y" page notation is not very common from what I have
seen in the US.

"x / y" is extensively used 'round here. "Page x sur y" is also met but less often.

Jean-Francois Nifenecker, Bordeaux

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