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    "split" usage, what meaning about "split as"

    When i am working today.Leilani tell me a part No. is AER90535A in her system.
    but in our system the part No. just is AER90535, don't include the last letter "A".


    she said ~~In her MESA system it is splitted as "A" . Is that correct about grammar ? what meaning did she say?

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    Exclamation Re: "split" usage, what meaning about "split as"

    Quote Originally Posted by jsan View Post
    When i am working today.Leilani tell me a part No. is AER90535A in her system.
    but in our system the part No. just is AER90535, don't include the last letter "A".


    she said ~~In her MESA system it is splitted as "A" . Is that correct about grammar ? what meaning did she say?
    Split as a verb has several uses, one of which means to become separated, as a piece or part from a whole. Your friend might have used the word to mean that A is not a part of the whole number but it stands separated.

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