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comment Should there be a space before a percent sign?
Without space more common in English then. In Swedish, with space seems more common.
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comment Capitalization of X in “X-ray”
So what do they use as a verb? "Radiographing"?
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comment A list with only one item
A list with one item is still a list. Though it may not look that good in writing of course.
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comment Capitalization of X in “X-ray”
I am assuming the British know their language then and will switch to X-ray.
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comment Capitalization of X in “X-ray”
Yeah, I've definitely seen uses of both X-ray and x-ray. But the capitalized version is more common?
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comment When should you use “Title Case”?
I was referring to the headings within the report. It did not occur to me that the title itself could be different.
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comment When should you use “Title Case”?
I am writing a techical report. I guess that could qualify as an "article".