re re: opposite of 'assert' -- 'de-assert' OR 'deassert'?

Subject: re re: opposite of 'assert' -- 'de-assert' OR 'deassert'?
From: "James Jones" <doc-x -at- earthlink -dot- net>
To: "TECHWR-L" <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com>
Date: Thu, 15 Jul 2004 12:32:17 -0500

OK, the computer sense. I didn't even know about it. I would tend to
think the correct way would be what Melissa said earlier, without the
hyphen. I googled 'assert/deassert' and 'assert/de-assert'. There were
slightly more hits (82) for 'deassert' (without hyphen). There were
slightly fewer hits (78) for 'de-assert' (with hyphen).
Jim Jones

Melissa Clark wrote:

Ok, maybe I asked the wrong question. What I really want to know is
one is correct - de-assert or deassert? Forgot about the opposite of

There are particular cases at our company where assert applies and we
to de-assert/deassert.

. . .


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