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A Senior Java Developer. Experienced in Hibernate, MySQL, Reflection API, Oracle, SQL, Java EE, and more.


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comment How is “Can anyone tell me how can I solve this” wrong?
I chose this one as the correct answer even though it has less up-votes. I think the explanation has more grammatical insight.
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accepted How is “Can anyone tell me how can I solve this” wrong?
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comment How is “Can anyone tell me how can I solve this” wrong?
Revision 2 was when it happened. She almost ruined my question.
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comment How is “Can anyone tell me how can I solve this” wrong?
@corsiKa, here is the whole revision history: stackoverflow.com/posts/22781712/revisions
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comment How is “Can anyone tell me how can I solve this” wrong?
So you're saying that "Can anyone tell me how can I solve this?" is right?
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asked How is “Can anyone tell me how can I solve this” wrong?
Jan
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comment Is “elegance is in the eye of the beholder” an idiom in this case
@RegDwigнt, could you please open the question again so that Kris can answer it?
Jan
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revised Is “elegance is in the eye of the beholder” an idiom in this case
Added another example where an idiom might not actually be an idiom
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comment Is “elegance is in the eye of the beholder” an idiom in this case
Idioms must have a different meaning than the litteral meaning of the words being used, right? So what's the litteral meaning of "elegance is in the eye of the beholder"? That the eye of the beholder itself is elegant?
Jan
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revised Is “elegance is in the eye of the beholder” an idiom in this case
added 54 characters in body; edited title
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comment Is “elegance is in the eye of the beholder” an idiom in this case
So it's clearly a statement about elegance, but not clearly an idiom.
Jan
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comment Is “elegance is in the eye of the beholder” an idiom in this case
Thanks, Edwin Ashworth.
Jan
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comment Is “elegance is in the eye of the beholder” an idiom in this case
If I change "English expression" to "English idiom" does it make anymore sense?