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    such as A or B

    Are these sentences both correct:
    1-Weapons such as guns and flick knives are not allowed in the building.
    2-Weapons such as guns or flick knives are not allowed in the building.

    I am pretty sure '1' works, but it seems to me that '2' works as well. They seem to mean exactly the same to me.

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    Navi.

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    Re: such as A or B

    They both work for me.

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    Re: such as A or B

    Quote Originally Posted by navi tasan View Post
    They seem to mean exactly the same to me.
    And to me.

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