I honestly prefer pound
@SpyroTheBabyDwagon, mm don't we all
@SpyroTheBabyDwagon, that's definitely a number sign
@SpyroTheBabyDwagon, you want me to take you down to pound town?
@SpyroTheBabyDwagon, ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡° )
@SpyroTheBabyDwagon, I realy like the old term. the thingy with the lines
@BaratieBlue, exactly what I was thinking
No, that's an octothorpe
@Lemmiwinks Kilmister, dammit, I was 32 minutes late
Or maybe it's a tic-tac-toe board?
I have always hated the premise of the hashtag
Different things to different people
My band teacher has the same exact thing in the classroom.
No. That's the include symbol for adding libraries to your program.
Did anyone else read "that's a sharp hashtag, not a hashtag
@Cowpoop, Dude. 17+. Can't you read?
2/10 get over it music teacher
@Don Taco, # # ?
@SqurtieMan, octothorpesharp dhu
Octothorpe, hashtag, pound, num key, sharp, another one I'm forgetting... this thing has too many names.
That's a sharp number, not a hashtag
Sharp has a different meaning where I come from
@The Car Pooler, Where you come from must be boring if there's no music
Except that hashtag symbols lean that direction (upper right tilt) and sharps lean the other direction (upper left tilt)
@abossassbitch, You can google the two and see for yourself..
@abossassbitch, Correct. A sharp does not have horizontal lines, specifically to avoid confusion with the pound symbol.
@treediagram, or horizontal music lines