Re: Real time vs Real-Time

Subject: Re: Real time vs Real-Time
From: Kasey Chang <KaseyC -at- DISCOPY -dot- COM>
Date: Wed, 12 Oct 1994 08:57:00 PDT

>*real time*

>Most dictionaries and telecommunications/computer dictionaries do not use a
>hypen for *real time* (for example, computing in real time).

>But, do use a hypen in the following *real-time messasging* or *real-time

It appears to me that real-time is a compound adjective and "in real time"
is an expression...

--Kasey Chang

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