You are right. Thanks Matthew. Comma-splice :When you join two independent clauses with a comma and no conjunction.I don't think 'Whatever she did' constitutes a complete sentence, so there should be no comma splice.
:shock:Matthew, I just quoted what Teechar stated. Actually, I didn't want to know if the sentence "Yes, it is." is a comma-splice or not. It wasn't what I wanted to know. I thought you knew it!!The sentence you quoted is not a comma splice, the sentence you wrote is.
However, You had different idea on post #6!!the sentence you wrote is.
How about this one Teechar, is it comma-splice issue as well, how can we fix it?
The sentence you quoted in this thread is 'Whatever she did, it made no difference', the thread title.:shock:Matthew, I just quoted what Teechar stated.
My post #6 refers to the sentence you quoted in this thread.However, You had different idea on post #6!!