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accepted “Sections X to Y” or “Sections X through Y”?
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comment “Sections X to Y” or “Sections X through Y”?
What I meant with "international" was that the audience is not specifically British (or American, for that matter) English readers, but the international scientific (computer science) community at large. Thus, I would be inclined to use what would be most easily understood by the majority of the readers, however, I guess based on the replies to this question, that most everyone would understand "X to Y", whereas someone might be confused by "X through Y".
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comment “Sections X to Y” or “Sections X through Y”?
Hmm, the intended audience is "international", as this is a scientific/academic text.
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comment “Sections X to Y” or “Sections X through Y”?
Thanks; the text is a scientific paper.
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comment “A” or “an” for symbols that start with @
@RegDwigh—ā: Ok then, I guess the question becomes: Is the @ sign in this context typically pronounced by writers of texts about Java?
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accepted Is “seminal” safe to use in a formal text?