Here we see another example of the distinction between spoken and written English. When spoken, the word such finds acceptance as a pronoun even though it’s an adjective. However, this use is colloquial.
Thus, more effective technical writers will replace such with a more appropriate word when needing a pronoun. This means the writer should revise the example sentence in the cropped graphic above.
And now this blog post leaves 2016 as another good year for words by kurt. Merry Christmas to all, and may the goodness of this season bless you and yours always. See you next year!