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accepted It doesn't matter if you're [blank]
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comment It doesn't matter if you're [blank]
I am asking this question under the assumption that if two sentences have different meanings, then even if they are made up of the exact same words in the exact same order, there should be a way to punctuate them differently to clarify the intended meaning. I have demonstrated two answers with clearly different meanings. I am asking if there is a way to punctuate (at least) one of them so that the meaning of either sentence in isolation is clearly distinct from the other even without the context given by the question.
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comment It doesn't matter if you're [blank]
They're the same because I left out all (potential) punctuation because I don't know how to punctuate them, which is why I asked the question in the first place. The respective intended meanings should be clear from the context given by the question and the parenthesized clarification. For the extra effort I put in to clarify my question, I'm pretty taken aback by your response.
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comment It doesn't matter if you're [blank]
The sentence "it doesn't matter if you're ambidextrous." I'm rather confused as to what's unclear about that.
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asked It doesn't matter if you're [blank]