Well, if you ask my opinion, you're overestimating the ill-nature-yellingness of my post. OTOH judging from the way it was downvoted it may be that I'm underestimating it instead. This may well have to be with the fact that I'm not a native English speaker, and my English is far from being perfect. Whatever, the fact that the XP of my reply is going up and down and is currently zero may suggest that approximately 50% of the people reading it agree with me.
Indeed I cannot negate that I wanted to be slightly harsh in jesuashok's respects, since I consider this to be a valid educational aid - that is: I did not only yell at him, but also gave actual pieces of information pointing him to the relevant portions of the documentation. But in no way did I want to be disrespectful to him by being overly harsh, and if I conveyed that impression I apologize to him directly.
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