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I think that something like this could be useful, but the errors would have to be categorized 
in some fashion so that they could be searchable. Maybe listed by purpose of what the programmer wanted to achieve and why it did not work.
Otherwise I do not know if anyone would want to read it just to see bad axamples. Kerry credo quia absurdum

In reply to Re: A bad scripting section for teaching examples? by Bismark
in thread A bad scripting section for teaching examples? by Marza

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