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> My first question would be what are you trying to say? I don't like the word
> all; I'm not sure there *is* such a word.
> But if there is, I would think the "e" would be required to soften the "ch".
The meaning is the easy part... "ability to be stored in
cache memory". Spelling is the hard part %-) !
My instinct tells me to go with the 'e' for recognizability's
sake. There probably is not an official 'written-down'
reference source as yet.
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