Re: Basic Voice ??s: OK for Software to "allow", "let", "enable",------ "pr ovide" and so forth?
To say that "entering the secret password allows you to enter the Pentagon
database" is not imprecise, insulting, formally incorrect, nor guilty of
using unecessarily baroque language.
Chris Despopoulos, maker of CudSpan Freeware...
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