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    Default Effect and affect

    what is the difference between affect and effect?

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    Default Re: Effect and affect

    Simply stated, ‘affect’ is verb meaning ‘to influence’ whereas ‘effect’ is used both as a verb meaning ‘to get done, bring about’ and a noun meaning ‘result’.

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