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> The name_pairs are separated by a comma ( , ).
> Who doesn't know what a comma is? Well, maybe lots of people don't... hm.
If you have users who don't know what a comma is, are they likely to understand
this sentence at all? If you want to give them an example of a comma (though I'd
be surprised if it were necessary), I'd give them an example of the entire thing
-- show the name_pair, complete with comma.