Is there a smarter way to say

You can do <...>, but you can't do <...>.

? Sounds very dumb to me. I think it's better to avoid such self-repeating.


I suggest

You can do <...>, but not <...>.

  • Thanks. I will accept it in 10 minutes. – jsv Mar 4 at 11:42
  • Still waiting... – Michael Harvey Mar 4 at 17:01

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