*1. * The symbol () for a unit of currency, especially the pound sterling.
*2. * The symbol (#) for a pound as a unit of weight.
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On 2013-11-23 08:03, Virgil Arrington wrote:
The recorded voicemail messages (at least here in the U.S.), always
instruct us to "press the pound key."
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Mark Bourne wrote:
I always think of # as being a sharp sign.
The musical sharp symbol is slightly different: ♯
Yeah, it is a bit flat to be a sharp sign. ;-)
I've always known it as a number sign.
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