Re: Is use of "(s)" allowed?

Subject: Re: Is use of "(s)" allowed?
From: Sella Rush <SellaR -at- APPTECHSYS -dot- COM>
Date: Tue, 4 Mar 1997 12:53:37 -0800

Visual aesthetics aside, drive(s) seems right to me. It's a well known
shorthand that clearly indicates to the reader a choice: "drive or
drives." If you use "drives" or "one or more drives" the question you
have to ask is whether user using only 1 drive might somehow get
confused. You know your audience best.
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Sella Rush
Applied Technical Systems, Inc. (ATS)
Bremerton, Washington USA
Developers of the CCM Database

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