by Stella Forth
Okay, so this Sign Moment is on me.
Password should be between 6 to 16 characters.
So I type in…ABCD12
6 to 16
When you review the definition of between, it really is the “chasm betwixt two numbers”….so had I added one more character I would have been FINE. But yesterday,wasn’t a great day for me. and I didn’t need to SEE the number 6, carry out the minimum of 6, and find out that some grammar genius is being an arse-y by getting all technical on his use of “between”. Next time, put Password should be at least 7 and no more than 16 characters” K? Thanks.
For the record:
be·tween bəˈtwēn/ preposition: between; preposition: bet.
- at, into, or across the space separating (two objects or regions).
“the border between Mexico and the United States”
- in the period separating (two points in time).
“they snack between meals”