After editing a question recently, the OP undid those edits stating he did not like the bad changes I made with regards to the grammar of the post. The author originally wrote:
Nobody in this community, including myself, has high enough a score to re-open questions.
Irrelevant to my question here, I made the edit because score and reputation are different concepts. So I changed it to:
Nobody in this community, including myself, has a high enough reputation to re-open questions.
With respect to grammar, I assume the OP took offence to me changing "high enough a" to "a high enough".
While I think either choice would be fine, my two questions are:
- Is there anything wrong with either phrasing?
- Is there an actual difference in meaning between the two?