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    Arrow young, massive or both of them

    In the name of the Merciful Allah,
    Hi," Ultraviolet radiation from young, massive stars in the region cause atoms to emit light", this sentence has a comma between " young" and "massive", what is its role here?, does it mean "or ", "and" or what?

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    #2

    Re: young, massive or both of them

    i think the comma just means 'And'...


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    Re: young, massive or both of them

    It is the convention where there are multiple adjectives.

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