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I'm a Carnegie Mellon University Computer Science major.


Aug
14
comment Origin of the phrase “fire away”?
He knows that's the current meaning, he wants to know the origin.
Aug
14
comment “Add number between x … y”
I was assuming that the OP was asking us because they couldn't reach their professor.
Aug
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Jun
17
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May
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revised “At this section…” vs. “in this section…”
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May
20
revised Can I say “Intake energy into the grid”?
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May
20
answered Can I say “Intake energy into the grid”?
Mar
31
comment When could ellipses be considered to be overused?
Because there's no regulatory body for English, probably not. Show your writing to other people. After they've read it, ask them if you overuse ellipses. If you show it to a bunch of people and they all say that you overuse them, you do.
Mar
26
answered How to pronounce number, say 1024, in programming world?
Mar
26
revised Talking “on behalf of Iranians” or “instead of Iranians”?
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Mar
26
revised “Job title” vs. “job role”
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Mar
26
revised Where to place the word shop, in the extract below. A question of grammar, or are both correct?
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Mar
24
answered is there a term for “largest possible minority?”
Mar
24
revised Where to place the word shop, in the extract below. A question of grammar, or are both correct?
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Mar
24
answered Where to place the word shop, in the extract below. A question of grammar, or are both correct?
Mar
24
revised Where to place the word shop, in the extract below. A question of grammar, or are both correct?
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Mar
24
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Mar
21
revised “At this section…” vs. “in this section…”
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Mar
21
answered “At this section…” vs. “in this section…”