Hi,

I'd like to know whether "inclusive" can be placed after "between A and B," as after "from March to July" to indicate A and B are included in the range.

And how do we express the opposite idea that A and B are not included in the range? From A to B exclusive? Between A and B exclusive?

I'd appreciate your help.

I'd like to know whether "inclusive" can be placed after "between A and B," as after "from March to July" to indicate A and B are included in the range.

And how do we express the opposite idea that A and B are not included in the range? From A to B exclusive? Between A and B exclusive?

I'd appreciate your help.

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