On Mon, Apr 27, 2015 at 1:46 PM, Always Learning wrote:
Yes, in english, 'work as a whole' does mean complete. And the normal
interpretation is that it covers everything linked into the same
process at runtime unless there is an alternate interface-compatible
component with the same feature set.
That may be the USA interpretation but on the other, European, side of
the Atlantic I believe

"as a whole" means generally BUT allowing for exceptions.

OK, great. That clears it up then.

   Les Mikesell
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