double quotes


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a pair of quotation marks

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By putting double quotes around a single word, you are telling Google to match that word precisely as you typed it.
Added characters (hyphen, space) are enclosed in double quotes and elements are separated by commas.
Although this edition has its origins in the authors' 1998 German version Schreiben and Publizieren in den Naturwissenschaften, the English language is smooth and seldom reads as a translation, although the overuse of double quotes and exclamation marks may raise an eyebrow or two among less Teutonically inclined readers.
In the first tag, between the double quotes, type a list of words people might enter in a search when looking for a site like yours.
The statement must include the command OPEN, the name of the file being opened in double quotes, a file mode, and a file number.