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Re: A value for "nothing"

From: Edwin Watkeys
Subject: Re: A value for "nothing"
Date: Sat, 15 Sep 2018 17:50:48 -0400

In previous work on validated systems in pharma manufacturing monitoring 
settings, there’s the concept of not available (“NAV”) for measurements which 
is used in contrast to not applicable (“NA”). We never used null/nil but always 
one of the above when describing measurements.

Edwin Watkeys; 917-324-2435.

> On Sep 15, 2018, at 14:28, Keith Wright <address@hidden> wrote:
> HiPhish <address@hidden> writes:
>> Not a fan of either, "nada" is not English, and "nix" is a slang term, 
>> unlikely to be known to foreign speakers (I didn't know about it myself). 
>> How 
>> about "nihil", it's an inter-lingual term and close to "nil" in sound.
> none? 

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