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February 23, 2009


"While this is sometimes a matter of Apples and Oranges, there are fundamental conceptual differences in how the programs work."

Sorry to nitpick, but ...

"Apples and Oranges" vs. "fundamental ... differences".

The latter is equivalent to the former, not its opposite. It's almost as if you are using "Apples and Oranges" to mean "mere semantic difference". That's the opposite of the common meaning of the phrase.

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