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First of all, I can't see what your replay has anything to do with my question.

You acually don't have any idea of where/why/what/how I'm going to use this code. This feels more like you have a grudge against me personaly.

I've been programming for about 20 years now and kind of know the value of documentation so I would be glad if you could tell me what I wrote to make you think that I didn't appreciate the help. Or that I had no clue of why I should comment my code.

I'm not ironic, I would really want to know since I don't want to look stupid while posting questions here (as I do reading your reply). I know my english isn't super but most of the time english grammar affects programming as much as the color of the chair I'm sitting on, none..

Best regards, Qiau

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