Heh...yeah, Dragonchild, they want MORE documentation than
this. (!) That's OK. I'm basically a language oriented sort of
person anyway. Documenting doesn't bother me much.
You'll notice the date on the script is from last year. There
are some things I do now that I didn't do then, such as initializing
the locally scoped variables ("my") where they are used
instead of way up at the top. Most of the suggestions I see
in your note and others I just wouldn't have thought of yet
So, thanks to all for the ton of good suggestions. I'm not sure how many
I'll have time to implement before my deadline, but this
is a great help for improving my skill level.
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