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TIP #075: Consider not using dot (“.”) in symbol description e.g. 2.2uH. Do it this way instead 2u2

Why? Dot may not be very well visible in PDF or printed schematics. Values can be easily mixed up, for example using 22uH inductor instead of 2.2uH can cause problems.

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