Re: To Dialog or Not To Dialog

Subject: Re: To Dialog or Not To Dialog
From: "Wollt, Richard C RV" <rcw1 -at- PO9 -dot- RV -dot- UNISYS -dot- COM>
Date: Mon, 8 Apr 1996 08:54:00 CDT

Kris writes:
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|But if it doesn't matter where the storage location is, what's wrong with
|memory? For example, "The information is stored in memory for use later
on."
|Here, I'm trying to communicate that the information is retained, and it
|doesn't matter to the reader which storage location is used.

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If the storage location doesn't matter, why not simply say, "The information
is stored for later use." Fewer words, no semantics or word interpretation
questions.

Richard Wollt
rcw1 -at- rsvl -dot- unisys -dot- com


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