Esta vista funcional de la arquitectura esta basada en el modelo cliente-servidor, teniendo en cuenta que la distribucion de los contenidos se basa en DASH
, es decir que tanto la entrega de los contenidos como la logica del negocio del servicio son via HTTP.
This dash, as has been suggested of the en dash
between birth and death dates, impels readers to consider all that might have occurred in that time (Ellis n.p.).
Chapters, paragraphs and sentences of varying sizes and relative lengths, as well as punctuation marks such as the comma, semicolon, en dash
, colon, question mark, and full stop are some of the standardised means novelists use to manage their sentences on the surface of the page in creating the narrative impact they sought.
In addition to quotation marks and hyphens, Lahman (2013) proposed that the en dash
could help people remember the range of options between false dichotomies.
[no hyphen] Note that in APA style, you would use an en dash
, which is slightly longer than a hyphen, to join compound adjectives of equal weight.
Houston has infused a seemingly mundane subject with considerable verve & erudition, inspiring us to pepper these pages with the en dash
, em dash, pilcrow, interrobang, circumflex, manicule, virgule (aka solidus), guillemet, asterisk, dagger, double dagger, ellipsis, hedera (aka fleuron), ampersand, and octothorpe (aka hashtag).
The en dash
("-" so called because historically--you guessed it--it was the width of a typeset letter "n") should be used, rather than a hyphen, to indicate subtraction or to shown that a numeral is negative (3 - 7 = -4).
The alphabetical fractions that mean "insert em dash" or "insert en dash
." The Latin stet, commanding: "Let it stand."
An em space (or em dash) is wider than an en space (or en dash
) because m takes up more room than n.
The middle-sized dash is the "en dash
." The en dash
is used to show continuation, for example, pages 310-12.
Hit two of the keys and you get an en dash
. (An em dash is the width of a capital "M"; an en dash
is the width of a capital "N.") Another block of Times Roman copy in the accompanying art demonstrates this.
dash--a punctuation mark (in MLA format, the em dash--) used variously like a comma, semicolon, or colon; see also em dash, en dash
, and hyphen