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<I disagree. Grammar checkers can be a useful tool, when used by a
<skilled writer as part of a good, solid review process.
<In my experience, the software is usually wrong, but the sentences
<that trip up software are often more complex than I had intended and
<can often be simplified
I would add that it is all too easy to make grammar mistakes when you're
writing tons of documentation; hence the need for a good editor or, in lieu
thereof, a grammar checker. It's not due to your ignorance of grammar;
it's due to the speed with which you must write.
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