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> You use apostrophes when you show possession
> (Jane's book) and when you create a contraction
> (it's good), or to replace missing letters ("sniff 'n' snuff"),
> not when you make something plural.
> - web

According to whom, besides you?
Not according to Chicago.
Not according to Words Into Type.
Not according to Merriam-Webster.
Not according to Webster's New World.
Not according to American Heritage.
Not according to Oxford.
They ALL say that one use of the apostrophe
is to form plurals of letters and numbers.
"Mind your ps and qs"? "Reduced to 0s and 1s"?

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