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    #1

    Cool to set and to set up

    Hello,

    I can't really figure out whether there is a difference in meaning between "to set" and "to set up". Can you help me on this one, please?

    Thanks a lot

    Will

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    #2

    Re: to set and to set up

    Please give us a sentence or two showing us how you want to use them.

    Rover

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