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You're posting (what could be) other peoples personaly data on the internet (good luck getting that out of search engine caches), is that a better idea than spending a few minutes effort? Why do you think we need this to be real data? If you were having problems with a database script would you provide valid login credentails? Why do you think anyone would need so much data in order to help with your code? Hopefully you're starting to get the point.

The sensible thing would have been to craft a fake file using data you'd made up, only a few records long. Posting it formatted correctly helps. Essentially making it easier for people to help you.

Update: Prior to nuking, the post this was in reply to said:

"well what can I do...scrub the whole file???"

Please mark significant updates, rather than replace content, so replies still have context.


In reply to Re^9: raw data formatting by marto
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