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comment Which is correct: “Filename”, “File Name” or “FileName”?
In the parallel construction example, wouldn't you more correctly say the file's name and size?
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comment Is the expression “may or may not” semantically void?
I think it's an acceptable usage precisely because the speaker is intentionally being humorous. :)
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accepted What is the correct way to write the interjection “ha ha?”
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comment What is the correct way to write the interjection “ha ha?”
@John Lawler: I don't want to be like my friends. I just wanted a justification for using the spelling I preferred. :)
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comment Is the expression “may or may not” semantically void?
I like this clarification. I guess I too frequently look for this overlap when none may exist. :)
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comment Is there a word like “sides” that means “top or bottom”?
Seems inconsistent to use "side padding" and "top and bottom padding." I settled on "vertical padding" and "horizontal padding."
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comment Is there a word like “sides” that means “top or bottom”?
This is pretty much what I was looking for. Not sure why it didn't dawn on me. To be consistent, I'll use "vertical padding" and "horizontal padding".
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accepted Is there a word like “sides” that means “top or bottom”?