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Yes! I think you figured from my code I have not been programming a lot, and the little I did was C. I will start making the code nicer when I have learned the concepts I need. But it is helpful, this would be how my code would look in perl and not in C, and it will be easier to get the examples from the tutorials if I know how the thing I want "should" look like.

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