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Wikipedia articles are not considered complete

Wikipedia articles and not complete

Wikipedia articles are not considered complete. In fact, all are regarded as works in progress because they are continually being updated, modified and corrected. This is contrary to articles in hardcopy (print) encyclopaedias and is possible because of the ever-changing nature of the web.

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