"For the full context, see this."
For the complete context, see this."
Are both identical in meaning?
Do I need the article "the"?
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Though they are nearly identical in meaning, this NGram shows that "full context" is overwhelmingly preferred. And yes, you do need the article "the" if you don't want to sound clipped.