I'm a single spacer, but have been told that some software reads a single space as no space and two spaces as one. Not sure if that's true, but I've seen instructions to use two spaces and wondered if that was why.
That's another argument in my group -- to single space or double. I'm always surprised at the number of younger people who were taught to double space. I thought it was just us old folks.
360 Intel on ISS. No flexibility whatsoever even when things go wrong.
Birdy states--If you're referring to "what" instead of "which," what is correct in the context.
Bob agrees--With respect to what I was taught in the 50's, which would have been the choice in a stated comparative sense. Which MSC is the strictest. company A or B? I do realize, though, that times can alter grammar. Please chime in with your thoughts on the subject.
As to the comma, talk about the proverbial "can of works." I much prefer black & white; gray is too ambiguous for me.
As a group, I've found the Intellishop editors can be a real PITA.
I hate repetetive and double questions. "Did the host smile and wait till you were seated to hand you menus?" Yes or no ? Then you have to write out, she smiled but she did not wait for me to be seated to hand us menus. So which is it? Yes or no?
Do people still type double space after periods during the post-typewriter era? Single space after a period is standard these days.
One of CSE's clients requires double space after periods and it drives me crazy.