I've been seeing what seems to me to be an increase in what is (to me) an odd usage of the "below" - people saying things like, "Type the below command," instead of "Type the command below." For a long time, I wrote this off as an idiosyncratic usage of non-native speakers of English, but I've heard it recently from native speakers and seen it in at least one piece of commercial writing that I'd have expected to have been carefully copyedited.
So, I'm wondering - has English evolved to a point where "the below command" sounds completely normal, and I've just failed to notice?
Come to think of it, I can't quite explain why that usage should be wrong. After all, both "the paragraph above" and "the above paragraph" sound entirely natural.