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    another question

    1. The values for these two parameters must be set in the similar manner as those of the user name and password described in the Table 5-3.
    Why the same way is incorrect?

    2. Specifies the length of the content, in minutes. (In a table)
    Can it be "indicates"? When is it appropriate to use ‘indicates’ and ‘specify’?


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    Re: another question

    Quote Originally Posted by hemmin View Post
    1. The values for these two parameters must be set in the similar manner as those of the user name and password described in the Table 5-3.
    Why the same way is incorrect?

    2. Specifies the length of the content, in minutes. (In a table)
    Can it be "indicates"? When is it appropriate to use ‘indicates’ and ‘specify’?
    As these are instructions for computing, the language reflects the way in which programming works.

    The values for the parameters do not have to be set out identically to the user name/password = using the same words/numbers. They must resemble them in form.

    The length of content in minutes is exactly identified, and must be in that form. It has been specified in programming.

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