... and this thread, by contrast, has relevant, working code at almost every node (not!)
sundialsvc4 may not be your favorite monk, but despite some of the well-justified recent critiques, he did sometimes post useful (i.e., relevant) and correct code or info in the past. And if he's verbose to a fault and recently is guilty of expressing himself in an egotistical or arrogant manner, he's also become the target of much trollery, ad hominem attacks and other comments that reflect badly on PM.
So, even if you're convinced that he's a troll, ignore; as the wisdom of the Monastery has it,
"Don't feed the trolls.'
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