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I need some help. A techy SME type insists that "enterable"
is an acceptable term for use in technical documentation.
I'd like to use something else, but can't come up with anything.
Here's an example:
All enterable fields should have a white background.
Is there a better way of saying this?
We're documenting software programming standards.
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