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    #1

    except (for)

    I'd like to know when to use just except without for and when with it.

    Sometimes I come across "except for" and sometimes only "except" without for.
    I dont really know whis is correct or what the difference is between them.

    Thanks a lot for your responses.

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    #2

    Re: except (for)

    Quote Originally Posted by fibonacci1 View Post
    I'd like to know when to use just except without for and when with it.
    except
    except - Definitions from Dictionary.com

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