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Side-effects are great arent they! I get to talk about them too. It depends
what it is but I might say something like.
Press Enter to save your changes.
- Additionally, <application> saves the new BLAH code so that later you
may select it to run the BLINKING report for BLAH.
"How about if the intent is to inform that it's a side-effect of pressing
ENTER that changes will be saved? But that the primary purpose of the ENTER
pressing is something else entirely? Does it then become appropriate?
I know it's a somewhat farfetched scenario, but that's kind of the sense I
got reading the original example."
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