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Mario Thano ENG259 10-12-18 The Code of Ethics for Engineers is written in the same manner a technical text should be. Each section is presented in a clear, concise, organized manner with specifics and without technical terms or jargon. It describes the subject matter as fully as possible, without appearing overwhelming. Although it is very structured, it’s easy for readers to follow along. The Code of Ethics for Engineers is perfectly written to show what will be expected, even as a model, for technical writing. I feel that this is an excellent representation of technical writing that fundamentally introduces the concept at the beginning of a writing course, such as this. Whether writing instruction manuals; lab reports; medication pamphlets; or even driving directions, it is extremely important to follow the code to make the information as easy to understand and accessible to whomever may be reading it. An example I feel is important to discuss, is in relation to the medication pamphlets. Not only
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