Date and dash

Date and dash

Date dash episode 1

loading state (dict; optional): Object that contains the dash-loading renderer’s state object. The following is the form of loading state: ‘is loading,’ ‘prop name,’ and ‘component name’ are all keys in this dict. The following are the various types of keys:
Persistence (boolean | string | number; optional): Used to save user experiences in this component when the component – or the page – is refreshed. Any persisted props that the user has modified while using the app will retain those changes if persisted is truthy and hasn’t changed from its previous value, as long as the current prop value matches what was given originally. Persisted props and persistence type are used together.
persistence type (a value of one of the following: ‘local’,’session’, or’memory’; default is ‘local’): Persisted user modifications will be stored in the following locations: Memory is only stored in memory and is reset when the page is refreshed. local: window.localStorage, data is saved even if the tab is closed. window.sessionStorage, data is cleared when the browser is closed.

Date dash episode 1

Make sure there are no holes around your dash. This is not a decision. It’s good practice, though, because when you use spaces, your autocorrect will always try to support you by changing your short dash (especially if you’ve chosen to use hyphens) to an em dash (a longer dash, the length of an uppercase “M”). Since autocorrect is inconsistent with this “assistance,” you’ll often see a combination of en dashes (a shorter dash, around the duration of a lowercase “n”) and long dashes in your ranges.
Using no spaces prevents autocorrect from attempting to assist you (because it waits for a space before looking at what you’ve just typed), and it also avoids spacing discrepancies. Here’s an unkempt example:
Hyphens aren’t allowed to be used in ranges (e.g., 10-12, 1967-1971). This is accomplished by the use of dashes. However, since hyphens are so easy to find on a keyboard, they’ve come to be accepted for ranges. Only a grammar pedant would point out the use of a hyphen in a range. You might make a strong argument for the pedant being out of date if this happened.

Date dash episode 2

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Date dash episode 2

We’ve arrived at the halfway point of our dash/hyphen package in part two of this sequence. The en dash is neither an em dash nor a hyphen, and neither is as useful as the other. Isn’t it true that I’m selling this blog post?
But it’s vital to understand how to use the en dash correctly because an untrained eye might mistake it for an em dash or a hyphen when it’s actually an en dash. (The en dash isn’t as long as an em dash and it’s not as short as a hyphen, but the lengths are similar enough that it’s easy to mix them up.) Not only can you make a punctuation error if you don’t use an en dash when it’s needed, but the entire domain of horizontal punctuation can implode and start eating itself if you don’t. So, it’s important, right?
According to section 6.80 of the Chicago Manual of Style, “When one of the elements of a compound adjective is an open compound or both elements are hyphenated compounds, the en dash may be used instead of a hyphen.”

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