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I understand what you mean, damian1301 about homework (ab)users, because it especially around that time of the year with a new school year starting for most students that would try to use it for this. I would hope that they wouldn't use it for this, since this was completely not my intention with this idea. Thanks for bringing it up.

I also know that it isn't completely essential, but could be something possibly to do in the future, if there is ever time to do so. Maybe something to think about later on.

For now, that message board idea might be a good idea, perhaps I can work on putting one up for this purpose, unless anyone else would like to do this, or even simply help out, that would be great!

update: in fact, I could even just continue to ask for random programming ideas in the CB if this doesn't ever happen.

Andy Summers

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