Pain in the English offers proofreading services for short-form writing such as press releases, job applications, or marketing copy. 24 hour turnaround. Learn More
Joined: September 30, 2010
(email not validated)
Comments posted: 1
Votes received: 0
That just addresses periods, and not question marks and exclamation marks. Anyway, rationale does not pose a challenge for software. Software simply needs to differentiate between periods that are followed by a space and a lower case letter and a period that is followed by a space and an upper case letter. The possible occurrances of a period ending an acronym followed by a space and a capital mid-sentence are very few indeed. That is not sufficient rationale to change the English language.
September 30, 2010, 8:56pm
©2016 CYCLE Interactive, LLC.All Rights Reserved.