puntomaupunto at tin.it
Tue Mar 9 01:50:27 PST 2004
>I don't want to say "and includes neither the [dot
>CRLF] nor any [stuffing dot]" because I think it will be misunderstood.
When I studied English grammar, "neither A nor B" was the correct
form to say (NOT A) AND (NOT B). It could be that my teacher was
biased towards British English, though.
What about splitting the sentence?
"it does not include any [dot CRLF]; it does not include any
[stuffing dot] either".
Not really good prose, but is should not lead to any
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