Not able to be written.
- ‘The extent of the Vatican's financial holdings is one of the big unwritten (and unwritable) stories of our day.’
- ‘The point is that Project 9/11 is unreviewable, a problem that follows from the facts that it's unwritable and unactable.’
- ‘Through this, old data is prevented from being sent to host devices as a result of unwritable failure, and unwritable failures can be dealt with without increasing the processing time to detect unwritable failures.’
We take a look at several popular, though confusing, punctuation marks.