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    a second time

    in this sentence:you can call "SaveChanges" a second time without first calling "AcceptAllChanges".does "a second time" means twice? is it a proper expression?


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    Re: a second time

    Quote Originally Posted by kat2006 View Post
    in this sentence: you can call "SaveChanges" a second time without first calling "AcceptAllChanges", does "a second time" mean twice? is it a proper expression?
    A second time = you have done something once, now you do it again. When you have done it a second time, you have done it twice [two times].

    It is fine as a phrase.

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