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#101514 - 05/25/01 04:53 PM Re: Code Interpretations
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Does it seem like the CE code has many different interpretations? Or does everyone seem to be "on the same page"? I'm just wondering if it is pretty well understood by all or if there is a lot of different interpretations especially being in a land of more than 1 language?


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#101515 - 05/28/01 05:44 PM Re: Re: Code Interpretations
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Originally posted by Bill Addiss:
Does it seem like the CE code has many different interpretations? Or does everyone seem to be "on the same page"? I'm just wondering if it is pretty well understood by all or if there is a lot of different interpretations especially being in a land of more than 1 language?


Bill


Having taught electricians, I can say that there are as many interpretations as there are different electricians.To add to this, the CEC is published in French for Quebec.
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#101516 - 05/28/01 08:00 PM Re: Re: Code Interpretations
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I'll bet that you have some definitional problems because of translations!
We sure have them around here and We all speak the same language! (I think? )

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