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    even more (so); some/any

    1. Programmers describe debugging other's programs as trying to perform an autopsy. It's very difficult to operate, and even more to correct any problems.
    2. Programmers describe debugging other's programs as trying to perform an autopsy. It's very difficult to operate, and even more to correct some problems.
    3. Programmers describe debugging other's programs as trying to perform an autopsy. It's very difficult to operate, and even more so to correct any problems.
    4. Programmers describe debugging other's programs as trying to perform an autopsy. It's very difficult to operate, and even more so to correct some problems.

    Which of the above options is grammatically correct?


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    Re: even more (so); some/any

    This one gets my vote:

    3. Programmers describe debugging other's programs as trying to perform an autopsy. It's very difficult to operate, and even more so to correct any problems.
    Greg

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