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Dec
15
accepted Word for this type of question?
Dec
15
comment Word for this type of question?
@Autoresponder, if the question is in writing, I guess prefabricated, I think heuristic would not apply
Dec
15
comment Word for this type of question?
@John Lawler Although I was not thinking about using this type of question in a programming setting, I recognized computer programming has this tool. In a non-programming context, perhaps we start using "The following is a switch statement: Can you ..." I guess the case would be the A, B, C. Although not very flexible
Dec
15
awarded  Commentator
Dec
15
comment Word for this type of question?
@Susan excellent editing. I am impressed! Thank you
Dec
14
asked Word for this type of question?
Nov
14
comment Phase after a pilot program
@Zibbobz thank you, excellent suggestion too
Nov
14
accepted Phase after a pilot program
Nov
13
comment Phase after a pilot program
I am afraid to use go-live for a non-technology based program. This is not a website nor an app, but rather a government sponsored program having to do with mortgages and home loans. I think of go-live as something related to internet. Do think go-live may imply related to technology based programs?
Nov
13
asked Phase after a pilot program
Oct
30
accepted Word for “measure that leads to negative consequences”
Oct
30
awarded  Editor
Oct
30
comment Word for “measure that leads to negative consequences”
@SvenYargs Yes, I think you are right. Do you want to add this as an answer?
Oct
30
revised Word for “measure that leads to negative consequences”
Added example
Oct
30
asked Word for “measure that leads to negative consequences”
Jun
1
comment “Have trust in” vs. “have trust for”
thank you Mr. Tannenbaum...
Jun
1
accepted “Have trust in” vs. “have trust for”
Jun
1
asked “Have trust in” vs. “have trust for”
Apr
26
comment Word meaning “the act of intending to do nothing”
RE: "as little as possible" economize
Apr
26
answered Mnemonic for remembering how to spell “mnemonic”