Correct abbreviation of 'continued'?

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which is wrong , which is right
Unit 3 (cont.)
Unit 3 (cont'd)
Can you help me ?
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Hi,

They're both right. Which one you'd use is a question of stylistic preference. The first is abbreviation by omission, the second is abbreviation by contraction.
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Anonymous:
What about ctd as an abbreviation for continued?
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Hi,

What about ctd as an abbreviation for continued?

No. I usually see cont.

Best wishes, Clive
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Anonymous:
Really? I see "ctd" a lot in academic footnotes.
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Anonymous:
what about con't. for the abbreviation of continued?
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Anonymous:
con't wouldn't work grammatically...

the apostrophe is used in place of a missing letter, there is no letter missing between n and t in continued...
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cont. is used (no apostrophe).
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Anonymous:
CliveHi,

What about ctd as an abbreviation for continued?

No. I usually see cont.

Best wishes, Clive

I've always heard CTD used in referrence to Crash To Desktop (from online game play)
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