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    Default What to use: in respect to, with respect to or in regard to?

    Hi. Is there a "rule" of some sort to use:

    "in regard to", "in respect to", "with respect to"?

    Here's the phrase:

    Multiple metrics were selected to assess their C# and Cpp implementations with respect to their coupling, cohesion and size.

    What should I use?

    Thanks.

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    Default Re: What to use: in respect to, with respect to or in regard to?

    these are all the same; don't worry.

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