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Also are there any differences using the em dash and the hyphen in US and UK english.
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Anonymous:A dash (sometimes referred to as an em dash) is not at all the same thing as a hyphen.
A hyphen (a short horizontal line with no spaces at either side) is used to join compound words (e.g. self-supporting), double-barreled names (Mr Smith-Jones) and to indicate the continuation of a word on the following line.
A dash is usually longer, with some space at either side; it is used sometimes as a pause before a further comment -- as you might otherwise use a colon or brackets.
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