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awarded  Nice Answer
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revised Person who pretends to not understand unless one speaks in exactly the words they expect
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answered Person who pretends to not understand unless one speaks in exactly the words they expect
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accepted Subjunctive “what be”
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awarded  Yearling
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asked Subjunctive “what be”
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awarded  Curious
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awarded  Caucus
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accepted Not overengineered or underengineered
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comment Not overengineered or underengineered
Thank you for these suggestions.
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revised Not overengineered or underengineered
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asked Not overengineered or underengineered
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accepted The opposite of “discontinued”?
Apr
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comment The opposite of “discontinued”?
In my situation, availability is a lot more complicated than that - it depends on e.g. locale, and stock. A product might be available in one locale and unavailable in another, and may also have been discontinued yet still remain in stock.
Apr
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comment The opposite of “discontinued”?
Yes! Thank you. Actually I want a short word (it's a database column) so I'll call it "produced"... funny that word was in my question and I didn't even notice it.
Apr
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asked The opposite of “discontinued”?
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revised What's wrong with “stupider”?
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answered What's wrong with “stupider”?
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comment Programming vs. Coding
Yes. Your great Aunt Edna will likely understand if you tell her you're a programmer, but may be confused if you call yourself a coder.
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revised Programming vs. Coding
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