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A system administrator.
- ‘For British sysadmins this represents uncharted territory.’
- ‘This gives sysadmins breathing space when dealing with security flaps.’
- ‘Both gained a niche following with business users and sysadmins.’
- ‘Patching systems is, after all, a core part of the work of most sysadmins.’
- ‘The wording here is quite specific, and may well have been overlooked by a number of sysadmins.’
We take a look at several popular, though confusing, punctuation marks.
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