Is it correct to write:
hope you enjoyed the demo and'll consider the idea
Or I must all the way use the entire word for "will" in that phrase?
Thank you in advance for clarifications
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This is the first part of the top answer as written by Marthaª:
Short answer: yes. It'll be understood, and if it's seen as a mistake, it'd be one of register rather than of grammar.
Let's build on that, because while it's only answering the question for proper names, a similar explanation applies even to and.
Yes, as a contraction of "will," 'll can be added to pronouns, proper nouns, and any other word plausibly followed by will where the /wɪ/ sound can be elided in spoken language. In standard lists pronominal forms dominate because they are the ones used most often (I'll, you'll, she'll, and so on), but other formations are possible. (Dan'll show up, the priest'll arrive.) You found a situation where will follows and and can be contracted. Congratulations!
Now, should you write it? Consider these factors:
In short, this is grammatically okay but stylistically carries risks that you should consider.