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The question is, of course, if the number of characters would be a better base to decide the price of a job than the number of words, since a character is a character, regardless, so the amount of characters should be the same. Of course, one would then have to agree if spaces should be counted or not, but if one agrees that it should not, the solution to that is to decide on a higher character rate.
[Edited at 2018-07-28 19:37 GMT]
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