I have seen people using the combination of the 2 prepositions to and by
to by in some sentences already where, for me, a simple by or a simple to would be enough. Could you explain the situations where should we use
to by, where we could not use simply by or to?
Here's a concrete example taken by a book I a reading on computer architecture, where I would simply use to:
The microinstruction branched to by main loop is the one labeled
Even tough it's impossible to describe all the situations where this combination could be used, there might exist some rules or situations where it has to be strictly used, otherwise I will never use it, but I would like to understand better why people use it.