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File vs. file sounds bad

From: jidanni
Subject: File vs. file sounds bad
Date: Wed, 18 Jun 2008 04:25:28 +0800

On the find man page
       -cnewer file
              File's status was last changed more recently than file was modi-
              fied.   If  file  is a symbolic link and the -H option or the -L
              option is in effect, the  status-change  time  of  the  file  it
              points to is always used.

Please say e.g., -cnewer TESTFILE, and refer to it as TESTFILE in the
paragraph below it.

You see File=file in English if at the beginning of a sentence.

To test your paragraph, try reading it over the telephone to somebody,
or to a visually impaired person.

Fails accessibility, I say.

Also do this for the -anewer, etc. I didn't check Info. Bet there's
more issues there.

All I know is that I am sort of impaired: I need to read things aloud
inside my head to understand them, so if A and B both sound the same,
it is confusing. Thanks.

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