Re: In love with a word
Wherefore art thou inscribing "till" upon thy software treatise? These are
but wild and whirling words.
Until next time....
Well, not all tech writing consists of software documentation. But I'll let that slide. I never said I would use the word in technical writing at all. I was just trying to correct a misapprehension, which seems to be prevalent among the people who have contributed to the thread, that till can only be a verb having to do with turning the soil or a noun representing a cash drawer and that 'til is what you write when you mean until and want to say it informally.
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RE: In love with a word: From: Kevin Amery
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