I read information here, and in other places. But I can't come up with the perfect example that move away my doubt.
I found this in Oxford Dictionary which help me a little bit. But no really entirely.
so as to do something
In order to do something: She had put her hair up so as to look older.
So, if I understood well, I think that I can use so as for get accomplish something. Right?
I mean, Can I ,literally, replace so as by in order?