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Jun
26
comment Why can we use words like today and tonight but not tomorning and tonoon?
But what about tonight then? Night sounds in the same category as noon and evening. My answer is, its just the way it is. Human spoken languages are not framed by a design committee.
Sep
27
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24
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Jul
15
comment What is the difference between obsolete and deprecate in computer science?
See the-difference-between-deprecated-depreciated-and-obsolete
May
16
comment How is SQL pronounced?
As a programmer efficiency matters to me a lot. I find "esquel" a lot more resource hogging than "sequel" when pronounced. Latter for me.
Jan
9
comment Onward vs Onwards
Or are both correct/wrong
Jul
18
comment Opposite of benefit of the doubt?
@EdwinAshworth haha, funny.. :)
Jul
5
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Jul
5
accepted Opposite of benefit of the doubt?
Jul
4
comment Opposite of benefit of the doubt?
@Kris thats an option too, could you make it an answer?
Jul
4
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Jul
4
comment Opposite of benefit of the doubt?
I'm new to this community, I must have got the tagging terribly wrong. Can someone correct it?
Jul
4
asked Opposite of benefit of the doubt?
May
5
comment Is “uncomplete” a word?
Also see english.stackexchange.com/questions/40870/…
Apr
21
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Apr
21
revised What is the difference between obsolete and deprecate in computer science?
Edited tags. I think this should point to computing related questions
Apr
21
suggested approved edit on What is the difference between obsolete and deprecate in computer science?
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15
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