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    SubjectRe: Coding style - a non-issue
    On Fri, 30 Nov 2001, Martin Dalecki wrote:

    > > Please explain. Especially contentrate on justifing why serial interfaces
    > > aren't a tty device.
    >
    > No problem ;-).
    >
    > There is the hardware: in esp. the serial controller itself - this
    > belongs
    > to misc, becouse a mouse for example doesn't have to interpret any tty
    > stuff

    The same applies to the console keyboard, which is hooked to a standard
    UART on certain systems as well.

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