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Re: joj

Doq (doq@embarqmail.com)



I agree that {joj} for "between" seems wrong here. Another approach  
might be:

le' De'wI' QonoS 'aqroS mI'. tlhoy puS X. tlhoy tIn Y.

Doq

On Mar 28, 2009, at 4:08 PM, David Trimboli wrote:

> nahqun@gmail.com wrote:
>> Allright, years later, I'm still confused by (joj).
>>
>> I understand that it works the same way as ('em) and the like, but
>> generally you want 2 nouns when saying "between".
>>
>> I can say ('uSDu'lIj joj), but how do I add in another noun?
>>
>> For clarity, the sentence in question is "The maximum size of the log
>> file must be between X and Y MB."
>
> {joj} refers to a spatial kind of between, not the kind you're talking
> about. We have no simple and convenient way to do what you want.
>
> ta 'aqroS tIn law' X MB tIn puS 'ej Y MB tIn law' ta 'aqroS tIn puS  
> net poQ.
>
> -- 
> David Trimboli
> http://www.trimboli.name/
>
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