Which sentence is correct?
- Enter the password 1234.
- Enter 1234 for a password.
closed as not a real question by Andrew Leach♦, MετάEd, J.R., Mitch, tchrist May 10 '13 at 18:46
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1)Enter the password 1234 means:
2)Enter 1234 for a password could mean:
You could avoid this ambiguity by saying:
However, which is correct all depends on what you are trying to say.