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    Question Gets the runtime object attribute for horizontal location.

    Hi,

    I defined the following variable name and method for "HorizontalLocation".

    Name: HorizontalLocation
    Name Description: The runtime object attribute for specifying the horizontal location.

    Method: GetHorizontalLocation
    Method Description A: Gets the horizontal location.
    Method Description B: Gets the runtime object attribute for horizontal location.
    The name description should be no any problem. The method description A should also no problem but it doesn't provide any information about the horizontal location so I modified A to B.

    But the method description B sounds not natural. Does it have any problem on method description B? How to make it sounds more natural if it doesn't?

    Thanks.

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    Re: Gets the runtime object attribute for horizontal location.

    Assuming you are programmatically correct, grammatically all you need is an article:

    "Gets the runtime object attribute for the horizontal location."

    I don't know your language; so I suggest you double-check that "attribute" is the correct label for the thing you are fetching.

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