Re: Comma, Comma, Comma (Should we or Shouldn'

Subject: Re: Comma, Comma, Comma (Should we or Shouldn'
From: Marcy Baker Hartman <catguest -at- ISVPROG -dot- EBAY -dot- SUN -dot- COM>
Date: Mon, 8 May 1995 19:48:00 GMT

In article 0100000 -at- ios -dot- com, charles desaro <soacon -at- ios -dot- com> writes:
>:Which sentence is correct, relative to the comma:
>:The Tech Writer was bright, articulate, knowledgeable, and computer literate.
>: or
>:The Tech Writer was bright, articulate, knowledgeable and computer literate.

I must confess that I am what an old news editor referred to as
a *commakazi*. 8^}

I follow the rule used by the first example, unless instructed
otherwise by a client's style guide.

Marcy



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