I need to give following instructions to the employees:"If anything important comes up, contact X for project A issues, and Y for all other issues."Would it be better to say"If anything important comes up, contact X for project A issues, or Y for all other issues."?I do not want to make any changes to the rest of the wording. I agree with some others that changing the wording may be the best choice, but logically I think what you want is "or". By using "and" you are stating contact X for project A for all other issues, contact X and Y By using "or" you are stating that only Y should be contacted in the second case. I know either way people will figure it out, but the programmer in my prefers the correct usage of "and" and "or".
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