Good style is about clear, easy-to-read writing, which can be achieved by following well-defined guidelines. These are not arbitrary rules, but are principles that have been observed by experienced writers to lead to good text. In the previous chapter, some of these principles were reviewed. This chapter concerns a range of specific problems that are common in technical writing.
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