What does a double-dashed line represent in an engineering drawing?
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A double-dashed line in an engineering drawing represents a phantom or alternate position. It indicates an optional or alternate position of a feature, such as a movable part or an assembly configuration. The double dashes distinguish it from other lines and help convey the possibility of different arrangements or options.