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Master/Slave becomes Master/Subordinate. According to
Adobe PDF search, the term "male" is not used in a
hardware context, only a general linguistic context
where replacements are recommended in this order:
John set his user settings
--> John set the user settings
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3. "His or Her"
Any user with a settings issue can fix his or her
computer with a sledgehammer.
I suppose even Microsoft believes the world should
adapt to the reality of metaphor. Somewhere, James
Joyce is smiling.
--- Amy Gale <amyg -at- grammatech -dot- com> wrote:
> The Microsoft Manual of Style says not to use them
> and provides
> substitutes, which I don't remember offhand. I
> suppose I'd use those
> substitutes if I documented hardware, which I don't.
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