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Hi to all my dear friends,
I'm really honored to receive your replies.
I've another question that is always bugging me all the time.
Why we use " As of yesterday...." or "As at 10th December...." or " As for today...."
"Say NO to wars, save our future generations"
As of; e.g., As of today means Beginning today ... .
As for; e.g., As for today means Regarding today ...
As at; e.g., The rate as at the close of business today means at a particular time, as it/the balance stood at that time.