How do you go from "not being available to the op for use on phpmonks" to "not being available to anyone for any purpose"? If somebody were to ask me for copies of some of my code most likely Id be happy to hand it over. But im not going to hand over my code to someone like the OP. Which is my right. OTOH, if I were to release it under some kind of open source license then I couldnt stop the OP so I guess the "never" in my original statement was a bit extreme. Lets put it this way, the only way the OP will get his hands on my code on the site is if we GPL the whole lot. Wheras other people could get the code just by asking nicely.
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