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I see many people here (and not just here) writing G-d.
Aren't G-d's names sacred only in Hebrew, and even in Hebrew isn't it ok to write the names digitally (and have it displayed on a screen) and it's forbidden only in writing?
Are there any Halachot in this matter?

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  • A.) Force of habit from what we're used to writing on-paper, or reading in-print. B.) If anyone were to print the page onto paper, it would cause less problems. But agreed, if it stays digital, it would be allowed. – Shalom May 18 '15 at 8:33
  • There are people who use the number 0 instead of the letter o for digital display in order to avoid some of the hyphenation problems that some output programs (such as Windoze) can present. – sabbahillel May 18 '15 at 12:04

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