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>A) Press the tab out, toward the edge of the case.
>B) Press the tab out, towards the edge of the
>Which one? Both sound okay to my ears. Is there a
>rule for correct application?
I've been taught that "toward" is correct. That's how it's was used at my
last company, and that's how I plan to continue using it at my new one. I
do think "towards" sounds odd, but I am sure it is just from the habit of
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