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That was one of the first tools I coded in Visual Basic 6, and it shows. It was such a mess!Did I even post the tool at www.warsworldnews.com? I can't remember.
Slight nitpick: 'Effected Unit' ought to be 'Affected Unit'.
The original version was posted, but your new one hasn't been.
Well according to this website, use affect if using a verb, use effect if using a noun. Since we are talking about units, which is a noun, "Effected Units" is correct.
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No, it's not correct, and that isn't what that site is saying. Affect is a verb, and effect is a noun. It is definitely "affected units". Effected units means, "the units that were brought about (as an effect)". Affected units means, "the units which were/are affected".This site that covers these particular conjugations may help clarify. https://www.diffen.com/difference/Affected_vs_Effected
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