While reading a documentation, I came across the following sentence
The new class library will contain all the business logic presently present in the project ABC.
Is "presently present" correct? Can this sentence be rephrased any better?
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"Presently present" is technically correct but isn't very good wording. It will cause some readers to pause to ponder the wording and might even cause a bit of confusion.
I would say "currently present".