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Not much to say here really, the title really explains it. Unless they have different meanings, they are the same thing. [Facepalm because of a typo: kinda self implied. If a, then a.] Correction: Unless I am mistaken, they are both the same exact thing and should be synonymized. (Is that even a word?)

vs. is like a vs. .

[By the way moderators feel free to edit the tags; it's hard to pick between and . Maybe I should start another post, but what to tag that...]

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Yeah, you are right... Consider it done!

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Note that vs. is actually different to vs. .

The tag hierarchy for the tag is:

As to the vs. confusion, I have just fixed that too.

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  • $\begingroup$ Thanks for the tagging fix... and yeah I forgot about that with the industrial/rc servo. Oops, well you got the point. :) $\endgroup$ – Anonymous Penguin Oct 19 '13 at 16:49

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