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Apr
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comment Should the word “then” be used instead of the word “than”
@Jay: In that case, you could use "then" in a comparison related sentence as well: We first compared length, then we compared size.
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Apr
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comment What is the difference between 'the English King' and 'the England's King'?
wouldn't "the English King" also mean he's English speaking?
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comment Is it wrong to use the word “codes” in a programming context?
Code is used like sand: you can have 1, but you cannot say 1 code like you cannot say 1 sand. You can use more words to specify the amount: 1 line of code --> 1 grain of sand. But like Nick said, you can use codes as a noun, in a container kind of way. When you have access codes, but then you could read that as: I have 3 lines of access code /