Re: general topic of spelling
what I want to learn is the extent of the problem in English technical communication.
*What* problem? Seriously, I haven't the slightest idea what's being asked here, and I'm suspicious.
"An exhaustive survey of subscribers to TECHWR-L, the leading technical communications mailing list, yielded ..." the second chapter of my unimpressive master's thesis, "Spelling in Modern English Technical Communications."
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