Good morning, everyone. I have a file and I divided it into three parts, say file F is divided into three parts A, B and C. Is it right if I say "Part A comes from file F" or "Part A is derived from file F"? Thanks in advance.
Part A comes from file F
This would mean that you've simply taken part A out of file F
Part A is derived from file F
This would mean that you've taken part of file F and then edited and modified it somehow. Normally you wouldn't call that a 'part'. Instead you might say that "File G is derived from part A of file F".