What punctuation marks (or paraphrasing) should be used to make this sentence easier to read:

Releases up to and including Product v3.1 do not have this feature.

Is it ok to say the following?

Releases up to, and including, Product v3.1 do not have this feature.

Are there better alternatives?

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    Either of your examples is fine. I would go without the commas here. – Dave Magner Feb 20 '15 at 21:52
  • Thanks Dave! Could you please put this comment as an answer so that I can accept it. By the way, after reading your profile, I am a bit unsure about your suggestion :), especially this part: "...but that won't stop me from providing you with my unfounded assertions as though they are facts" – Jaywalker Feb 27 '15 at 10:42

Either example sounds natural. However, I recommend the one with no commas. The commas are not necessary.

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    I rather strongly prefer the version without commas. – Hot Licks Aug 3 '15 at 20:46

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