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English translation: 対し is a modifier of つけておく

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Japanese term or phrase:HTMLフォームに対し.......
English translation:対し is a modifier of つけておく
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04:53 Aug 13, 2002
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Japanese term or phrase: HTMLフォームに対し.......
これを行うためには、ユーザが操作を行うHTMLのフォームに対し、それぞれ何かの識別子をつけておくことで行います。

pls let me know how 対しis used.
julie
対し is a modifier of つけておく
Explanation:
This can be done by assigning some identifier to each HTML form operated by the user.

Here, this correspondence is expressed by "to assign A to B".

BTW, the original Japanese sounds odd since two occurrences of 行う is unnecessary.
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xxxjsl
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good explanation
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対し is a modifier of つけておく


Explanation:
This can be done by assigning some identifier to each HTML form operated by the user.

Here, this correspondence is expressed by "to assign A to B".

BTW, the original Japanese sounds odd since two occurrences of 行う is unnecessary.

xxxjsl
Local time: 00:25
PRO pts in pair: 1098
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good explanation
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