I'm a little bit confused with the following phrase. I was reading an article about concurrency in Java and there was a sentence saying:
It is worth noting that both
This phrase seemed quite strange to me, so I googled a little and found this:
-I am writing a paper and I want to say "It is worth noting that..." But I've already used the phrase. What's another way to say it? Thanks.
So, I have two questions:
"It is worth noting that" == "apropos" == "besides"?
Does meaning depend on the context of usage? Does this phrase always mean the same or sometimes it's actual meaning is "useless", "costs nothing", etc.?