I find, on average, that pacific is longer than europe. Why? Well if japan is winning its a 6 or 7 turn game. But if Japan is losing the game can last 10 turns. Europe mostly is a 7 turn game no matter who wins.
One space or two?
robbie358 last edited by
Do you put one space after the end of a sentence or two? People have been telling me that I’ve been doing it wrong for the last 25 years.
It depends on how devilish I am feeling. I like to be unpredictable and live life on the edge.
I put two. The question of whether or not doing it one particular way is “wrong,” however, is pretty murky nowadays, given the effects that texting has had on written communications.
axis_roll last edited by
way back when typing (especially ON a typewriter), the standard was two spaces.
Today’s font’s are not always True Types, so you may need two spaces to help get a nice break between sentences.
wicked_caitiff last edited by
I prefer 2 spaces to 0, but I’m just used to 1 space. It’s an interesting idea. But it looks kinda weird, like an emphasis on the full stop, say “full stop with a hammer”…
For those sentences I want people to take time to think about, I prefer carriage return
I put two.Â The question of whether or not doing it one particular way is “wrong,” however, is pretty murky nowadays, given the effects that texting has had on written communications.Â
Can you notice the problem with using two spaces on this site when I quote you?