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A

You can choose which one to show to users either A or B.

B

You can choose which one to show to users whether A or B.

are these grammatically correct if they appear in a document?

if not, How should I write in a document?

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    "You can choose to show either A or B to users" ...or... "You can choose which one to show to users, either A or B" . If you want to use "whether", then: "You can choose whether to show A or B to users". – P. E. Dant Reinstate Monica Jul 24 '17 at 1:55
  • いえいえ . . . . . . – P. E. Dant Reinstate Monica Jul 24 '17 at 2:05
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    Be careful, whether gives the sentence a completely different meaning. From "choose which", the options are "show A" and "show B". But from "choose whether", the options are "show" and "don't show". – Ben Voigt Jul 24 '17 at 4:26
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Option A is fine; it just needs some punctuation. I'd suggest a dash.

You can choose which one to show users - either A or B.

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