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Oct
29
revised When to use override and overwrite
corrected grammar
Oct
29
comment Rephrasing a sentence
This sentence is 100% grammatically correct, which means that it probably belongs on writers.
Oct
29
suggested suggested edit on When to use override and overwrite
Oct
29
answered When to use override and overwrite
Oct
29
comment “Vanish into thin air” and “disappear without trace”
This is kind of confusing. What exactly are you asking? Are you asking if the "away" in "vanished away" is optional? Or are you asking what the difference is between "disappeared without trace" and "vanished into thin air"?
Oct
29
awarded  Enthusiast
Oct
28
comment Meaning of “Schemas are changed infrequently, if at all”
@Tiny that sentence doesn't make sense because "if at all" refers to quantity or frequency. A better example is "I rarely have tea in the morning, if at all".
Oct
28
answered Meaning of “Schemas are changed infrequently, if at all”
Oct
28
comment What does custom mean when it comes to parties?
The only answer that I can really give is...it does not mean costume party, and it is not a specific kind of costume.
Oct
23
answered What is the difference between obsolete and deprecate in computer science?
Oct
23
answered What is a prefix that means near?
Oct
21
comment “The more…, the less..” type of sentence corrections
Do you know why that is? I agree that the two sentences you gave sound more natural, but I can't quite put my finger on why.
Oct
21
awarded  Organizer
Oct
21
revised What's the difference between perimeter and circumference?
edited tags
Oct
21
answered What's the difference between perimeter and circumference?
Oct
20
comment “Much of it is” or “Much of it are”?
@David as an aside, good luck!
Oct
20
answered “Much of it is” or “Much of it are”?
Oct
20
comment Where does “Don't bogart that joint” come from?
Urban dictionary: the best resource for all cannabis related language.
Oct
19
comment Implication of “there has to be a conspiracy”
Can you be specific about which part you are confuses you?
Oct
19
comment “This summer” versus “last summer”
It means that, were you inclined to refer to the hill station event in the year 2013, you would have to say "last summer", as it happened in 2012. Therefore "last summer" is appropriate, as it refers to an event that happened in the previous year.