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comment “Should probably be” vs. “should be probably”
Great additional answer. It's very likely that I caught the second form in an informal spoken context.
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accepted Can a hyphen be used without anything on the right side?
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comment Is this a correct usage of “wait on”?
@simchona: because the answer is about English usage in relation with a programming concept, not programming. But I might ask in programmers.se
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comment Is this a correct usage of “wait on”?
@FumbleFingers: considering there's an await keyword in C# 5, which takes a Task (that would be "to await a Task"), how would you put that in the present perfect? Wouldn't it be "the task has been awaited"?
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comment Is this a correct usage of “wait on”?
@FumbleFingers and Peter: you both have good points. Maybe I should just use "...so it can be awaited", which is more commonly used, although it might have a slightly different connotation.
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comment Is this a correct usage of “wait on”?
Well, I am hoping to find some fellow developers from Stackoverflow that spend their free time here :-)