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    Default "in such a case" vs "in such case"

    Is there difference in meaning? Is there a rule that states when an article should be used?

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    Default Re: "in such a case" vs "in such case"

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    No difference in meaning. I would prefer 'in such a case', but 'in such case' also seems to have gained some popularity, perhaps because of its similarity to the common 'in any case'.

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