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With a stanley floor stapler do i nail at tongue or groove

Do the staple go at the tongue or groove

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The staple goes in the corner of the tongue, angled back into the board at 45 degrees, to make an invisible staple, the next board groove covers the staple and tongue. The floor nailer is preconfigured to make this joint
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