I'm reading some technical documents and have come across two spellings:
組み付ける and 組付ける
Both are used in nearly identical situations and both seem to mean "assemble" as a directive. Is there a particular reason to omit (or include) み？
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This is called 送り仮名の省略. Both are the same, and usually neither is more correct.
Of course you should stick to one spelling throughout the document, so in this sense it's a small mistake. There may be a 送り仮名 convention depending on the field or the style guideline of the publisher.