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Hi,

I want to make sure no syntax problem below (pls note the captioned words)

'As per what you can see below, the captioned username is not equipped with the following circled classes!'
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Sounds reasonable and typical to me, perhaps a standard tag to be placed on units having a variety of option packages, to be circled as required for each unit.
I can think of no reason to use "per what" in your sentence. As you can see below or As indicated below.
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GG's right! "Typical" is not the word - but I'll stick with "reasonable."
'As per what you can see below, the captioned username is not equipped with the following circled classes!' I would cross out "per what"...
I think I can have this instead, for what I want to talk

"By what you can see below, the ... "

Is it more reasonable?
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Still awkward, HuaMin. I'd use GG's: As you can see below....