FordLawnmower commented on a Page, Ban Effects  -  Apr 04, 2009

So edit your snippet, i have no use for this but looks fine and could be handy so 7/10.
Hahahaha!! I'm not changing it!!! This is not english class!!

usage Effect and affect are often confused because of their similar spelling and pronunciation. The verb 2affect usually has to do with pretense . The more common 3affect denotes having an effect or influence <the weather affected everyone's mood>. The verb effect goes beyond mere influence; it refers to actual achievement of a final result . The uncommon noun affect, which has a meaning relating to psychology, is also sometimes mistakenly used for the very common effect. In ordinary use, the noun you will want is effect <the weather had an effect on everyone's mood>.

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