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1. 為了感謝大家的支持。本網站將於每週不固定日期全面開放兩天。請多加利用! 2. 由於同學時常常詢問Jason瘋英文的密碼. 在此一併回答: 密碼的更動是隨著每次高階反義字連動的。 因此同學們只要根據密碼提示並比對當周所教單字就可以得出密碼。這樣同學就可以順便複習一下單字.
特殊符號的英文讀法


equal sign (=)

decimal points (.)

semicolon (;)

increment (++) operators

decrement (--) operators

( ) Parenthesis

{ } Braces

[ ] Brackets


, Comma

; Semicolon

' Quote

@ At

+  plus 加號;正號
-  minus 減號;負號
± plus or minus 正負號
× is multiplied by 乘號
÷ is divided by 除號
= is equal to 等號
≠ is not equal to 不等號
≡ is equivalent to 全等於號
≌ is equal to or approximately equal to 等於或約等於號
≈ is approximately equal to 約等於號
< is less than 小於號
> is more than 大於號
≮ is not less than 不小於號
≯ is not more than 不大於號
≤ is less than or equal to 小於或等於號
≥ is more than or equal to 大於或等於號
%  per cent 百分之…
‰ per mill 千分之…
∞ infinity 無限大號
∝ varies as 與…成比例
√ (square) root 平方根
∵ since; because 因爲
∴ hence 所以
∷ equals, as (proportion) 等於,成比例
∠ angle 角
⌒ semicircle 半圓
⊙ circle 圓
○ circumference 圓周
π pi 圓周率
△ triangle 三角形
⊥ perpendicular to 垂直於
∪ union of 聯集
∩ intersection of 交集
∫ the integral of …的積分
∑ (sigma) summation of 總和
° degree 度
′ minute 分
〃 second 秒
℃ Celsius system 攝氏度

{ open brace, open curly 左大括弧
} close brace, close curly 右大括弧
( open parenthesis, open paren 左小括號
) close parenthesis, close paren 右小括號
() brakets/ parentheses 括弧
[ open bracket 左中括號
] close bracket 右中括號
[] square brackets 中括號
. period, dot 句號,點
 vertical bar, vertical virgule 豎線
& ampersand, and, reference, ref 和,引用
* asterisk, multiply, star, pointer 星號,乘號,星,指標
/ slash, divide, oblique 斜線,斜杠,除號
// slash-slash, comment 雙斜線,注釋符
# pound 井號
\ backslash, sometimes escape 反斜線轉義符,有時表示轉義符或續行符
~ tilde 波浪符
. full stop 句號
, comma 逗號
: colon 冒號
; semicolon 分號
? question mark 問號
! exclamation mark (英式英語) exclamation point (美式英語)
' apostrophe 撇號
- hyphen 連字號
-- dash 破折號
... dots/ ellipsis 省略號
" single quotation marks 單引號
"" double quotation marks 雙引號
‖ parallel 雙線號
& ampersand = and
~ swung dash 相似
§ section; division 分節號
→ arrow 箭號;

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  • sandy
  • 你好,請問JASON老師 <L.C> ,< >英文讀法是什麼呢.....
  • bairdben
  • < >英文讀法:

    這兩種符號其實也是 bracket 大括號,中括號,小括號 的其中一種。讀法如下:


    ( )  { }  ⟨ ⟩
    Parentheses  Braces or curly brackets  Chevrons or angle brackets

    Less-than sign
    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
    Jump to: navigation, search
    For the use of the "<" sign as punctuation, see Bracket#Uses of "<" and ">".

    The less-than sign is a sign of inequality. For example, less-than 4 would be written as "< 4"
    Contents

    1 Computing
    1.1 Angle brackets
    1.2 Programming language
    1.3 Double less-than sign
    1.4 Triple less-than sign
    1.5 Less-than sign plus equals sign
    1.6 Shell scripts
    1.7 Spaceship operator
    1.8 HTML
    2 See also

    Computing

    The less-than sign (<) is an original ASCII character (hex 3C, decimal 60).
    Angle brackets

    The less-than sign is used for an approximation of the opening angle bracket (⟨). ASCII does not have angle brackets.
    Programming language

    In BASIC, Lisp-family languages, and C-family languages (including Java and C++), operator < means "less than".

    In Coldfusion, operator .lt. means "less than".

    In Fortran, operator .LT. means "less than"; later versions allow <.

    In Bourne shell, operator -lt means "less than".
    Double less-than sign

    The double less-than sign (<<) is used for an approximation of the much-less-than sign (≪). ASCII does not have much-less-than sign.

    The double less-than sign (<<) is used for an approximation of the opening guillemet («). ASCII does not have guillemets.

    In Bash, Perl, and Ruby, operator <<EOF (where "EOF" is an arbitrary string, but commonly "EOF" denoting "end of file") is used to denote the beginning of a here document.

    In C and C++, operator << represents a binary left shift.

    In C++, operator <<, when applied on an output stream, acts as insertion operator and performs an output operation on the stream.
    Triple less-than sign

    In PHP, operator <<<OUTPUT is used to denote the beginning of a heredoc statement (where OUTPUT is an arbitrary named variable.)
    Less-than sign plus equals sign

    The less-than sign plus the equals sign (<=) is used for an approximation of the less-than-or-equal-to sign (≤). ASCII does not have less-than-or-equal-to sign.

    In BASIC, Lisp-family languages, and C-family languages (including Java and C++), operator <= means "less than or equal to".

    In Fortran, operator .LE. means "less than or equal to".

    In Bourne shell and Windows PowerShell, operator -le means "less than or equal to".
    Shell scripts

    In Bourne shell (and many other shells), less-than sign is used to redirect input from a file. Less-than plus ampersand (<&) is used to redirect from a file descriptor.
    Spaceship operator

    Less-than sign is used in the spaceship operator.
    HTML

    In HTML (and SGML and XML), the less-than sign is used at the beginning of tags. The less-than sign may be included with &lt;. The less-than-or-equal-to sign may be included with &le;.
    See also

    Inequality (mathematics)
    Greater-than sign
    Relational operator
    Much-less-than sign
    Guillemet

    Categories:

    Typographical symbols

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    Greater-than sign
    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
    Jump to: navigation, search
    For the use of the ">" sign as punctuation, see Bracket#Uses of "<" and ">".
    This article has no lead section. Please help by adding an introductory section to this article. For more information, see the layout guide, and Wikipedia's lead section guidelines. (October 2012)

    The greater-than symbol is used in various operations that usually pertain to work being done mathematically or with a programming language. The symbol looks similar to a sideways V and has been used in recorded literature as old as the 1560s. Generally, the symbol is used to show inequality between two numbers or expressions. In mathematics, if there are two numbers being looked at as an inequality, the greater-than symbol usually goes in between the two and the open end is pointed towards the larger number to symbolize that it is a number greater than the other (For example: 4 > 2 or 100 < 102). There are other combinations of the greater-than symbol and the 'equals' symbol or the greater-than symbol beside another greater-than symbol that are also used mathematically and computationally.
    Greater than symbol
    Contents

    1 History
    2 Computing
    2.1 Angle brackets
    2.2 Programming language
    2.3 Double greater-than sign
    2.4 Greater-than sign plus equals sign
    2.5 Shell scripts
    2.6 Spaceship operator
    2.7 HTML
    2.8 Electronic mail
    3 See also

    History

    The symbols < and > first appear in Artis Analyticae Praxis ad Aequationes Algebraicas Resolvendas (The Analytical Arts Applied to Solving Algebraic Equations) by Thomas Harriot (1560-1621), which was published posthumously in 1631: "Signum majoritatis ut a > b significet a majorem quam b" and "Signum minoritatis ut a < b significet a minorem quam b."

    According to Johnson (page 144), while Harriot was surveying North America, he saw a native American with a symbol that resembled the greater than symbol both backwards and forwards ( > and < ) . Johnson says it is likely he developed the two symbols from this symbol.
    Computing

    The greater-than sign (>) is an original ASCII character (hex 3E, decimal 62).
    Angle brackets

    The greater-than sign is used for an approximation of the closing angle bracket (⟩). ASCII does not have (angular brackets).
    Programming language

    BASIC and C-family languages, (including Java and C++) use the operator > to mean "greater than". In Lisp-family languages, > is a function used to mean "greater than". In Coldfusion and Fortran, operator .GT. means "greater than". It basically means this sign > is greater than and this sign < is less than.
    Double greater-than sign

    The double greater-than sign (>>) is used for an approximation of the much greater than sign (≫). ASCII does not have the much greater-than sign.

    The double greater-than sign (>>) is also used for an approximation of the closing guillemet (»). ASCII does not have guillemets.

    In Java, C, and C++, the operator >> is the right-shift operator. In C++ it is also used to get input from a stream, similar to the C functions getchar and fgets.
    Greater-than sign plus equals sign

    The greater-than sign plus the equals sign (>=) is used for an approximation of the greater than or equal to sign (≥). ASCII does not have greater-than-or-equal-to sign.

    In BASIC, Lisp-family languages, and C-family languages (including Java and C++), operator >= means "greater than or equal to".

    In Fortran, operator .GE. means "greater than or equal to".

    Example: 5 > 2 means 5 is greater than 2. 6 < 9 means 6 is less than 9.
    Shell scripts

    In Bourne shell (and many other shells), greater-than sign is used to redirect output to a file. Greater-than plus ampersand (>&) is used to redirect to a file descriptor.
    Spaceship operator

    Greater-than sign is used in the spaceship operator.
    HTML

    In HTML (and SGML and XML), the greater-than sign is used at the end of tags. The greater-than sign may be included with &gt;, while &ge; produces the greater-than or equal to sign.
    Electronic mail

    The greater-than sign is used to denote quotations in the e-mail and newsgroup formats, and this has been taken into use also in forums.
    See also

    Inequality (mathematics)
    Less-than sign
    Relational operator
    Much-greater-than sign
    Guillemet
    Material conditional

    Categories:

    Typographical symbols

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