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Andrew Brown wrote:
on in language standards, especially as we are referring to here, the
English language.

Nothing to do with just HTML, a computer born programming language and
not a literary language. The single space IS universally accepted as
the norm for correct spacing in whatever medium we are writing /
typing / printing in. It's what individuals do and teach incorrectly,
but unchallenged on the whole, in adding double spaces between
sentences. What one does and what is a standard is two different things.

A wider space between sentences more clearly delineates the sentence and
makes it easier to read.

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