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"What a beautiful are your works" vs "How beautiful are your works"
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What is the difference in the meaning in the two following sentences? The words order isn't quite correct but both are saying the same thing. If want to use the "what" pronoun for emphasis, as much ...

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Should I write "add to the beginning" or I must use "prepend"?
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In a technical context, I'd definitely go with append/prepend. It's pretty well known what they do, and it's much shorter/clearer to read. Actually, most programming libraries have append/prepend ...

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