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A very good, understandable tutorial certainly worth my reading time.

But I totally reject any reference to Japanese rythym-action games as a pernicious influence. Although it does need more monkeys. Or have we already typed enough?

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In reply to Re: Re: Re: Re: Lexical scoping like a fox by xenchu
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