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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
|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
|Here, I'm trying to communicate that the information is retained, and it
|doesn't matter to the reader which storage location is used.
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
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