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    The noun "hyperlink": Count or Mass Noun?

    Hi,

    I came across this sentence recently:

    "The words I, Me, and Myself will be displayed as hyperlink in the next page.

    And there ensued an argument regarding whether "hyperlink" can take a plural or not. Any thoughts on that?

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    Yes, it can. I see it used in both ways. I would use it as a count noun.

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