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answers.justia.com/question/2010/10/24/definition-does-1-100-inclusive-726

Oct 24, 2010 ... Does", "John Doe" or "Jane Doe" are placeholder name used in legal actions for people whose true identity is unknown or must be withheld for legal reasons. " Does 1-100" being used in a particular case probably means that there are up to 100 additional parties (fictitious defendants) to the legal action that ...

forum.wordreference.com/threads/and-does-1-through-10-inclusive.1120261

6 Oct 2008 ... Hi folks, my question has to do with a summons regarding a cross-complaint. The summons names the Cross-Defendants, and DOES 1 through 10, inclusive...

english.stackexchange.com/questions/118402/when-is-between-inclusive-and-when-exclusive

In such cases the 'limits' are the vehicles, river and road: "between" does not include the vehicles, river or road, but refers only to the 'area' within those 'limits', namely the gap/space or path. Likewise, "between 1 and 10" excludes the 'limits' 1 and 10, and includes only the 'items within those limits, namely ...

english.stackexchange.com/questions/7871/between-a-and-b-or-from-a-to-b

Between 2 and 9 (so that when interpreted in the "inclusive" sense, this contains the range 2--9, inclusive of the endpoints). From 1 to 10. This way, even though you cannot change the language, you can change the statement to get the desired effect (without using the word "inclusive"). (Btw., the above ...

stackoverflow.com/questions/39010041/what-is-the-meaning-of-exclusive-and-inclusive-when-describing-number-ranges

In Computer Science, inclusive/exclusive doesn't apply to algorithms, but to a number range (more specifically, to the endpoint of the range): 1 through 10 ( inclusive) 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 1 through 10 (exclusive) 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9. In mathematics, the 2 ranges above would be: [1, 10] [1, 10). You can ...

www.beatthegmat.com/what-does-range-inclusive-mean-t124999.html

Oct 15, 2012 ... In given problem, I am a bit confused. What does it mean by "The range of the set of integers from x to y inclusive " ? Is it = the normal range - 1? I assumed x and y to be 1 and 32. Solving further, the statement 2 contradicted statement 1 and I felt I had made wrong assumptions of values. Please explain.

www.definitions.net/definition/inclusive

Wiktionary(4.75 / 4 votes)Rate this definition: inclusive(Adjective). including ( almost) everything within its scope. An inclusive list of Wiki formats. inclusive( Adjective). including the extremes as well as the area between. Numbers 1 to 10 inclusive. inclusive(Adjective). of, or relating to the first person plural pronoun when ...

en.oxforddictionaries.com/definition/inclusive

1.4 (of language) deliberately avoiding usages that could be seen as excluding a particular social group, for example avoiding the use of masculine pronouns to cover both men and women. Example sentences. 'Coming from the United Trades and Labour Council, we'd been through the battles of using non-sexist and ...

www.quora.com/Find-the-least-number-that-is-divisible-by-all-numbers-between-1-to-10-inclusive-of-1-and-10

The question is a bit ambiguous, since the desired answer is only described as a “number”, while the rest are specified as integers. We also don't really know what the OP means by “least”. -1 is less than any of the integers 110, right? And at least one answer here shows that “divisible by” isn't even well-understood in this  ...