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I see the block at the end as "

A few conclusions: "/* is more prevalent than "/. Yet anecdotally developers use "/ more, and in practice most schemes are protocols. "/* is used consistently (to mean the same thing) as are "/* and "/. "/ has been used consistently for the past 10+ years and in a way consistent with its operating system roots. "/* is used inconsistently as to whether or not it includes the leading "#" hash/pound symbol. However, notably absent from any specification or platform was the alternative phrase "/*.


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