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Hello, tye, and thank you for some damn good rules to code by.

With the possible exception, as noted by sundialsvc4, It's all hard to argue with.

To tell you the truth. I had set out to quickly get all the bits and pieces together, so I could have it working, and simply refine it from there. But quite some time later, and a boat load of additional features I hadn't initially imagined. It's ultimately going to need a bit of an overhaul. Hind sight being 20-20. I really should have let the whole thing "stew" in my head for a great deal longer. Giving me much greater insight, on how I should really have approached the whole thing, to begin with.
But I was really motivated, and actually had some time to work on it. So I seized it, and ran with it.

But in my humble defense, it was long ago, and alot has changed since then. Not the least of which, is my understanding of the language, and I'd like to think, a better, more "educated" approach to accomplishing such things. :)

Thank you very much, for taking the time to share some advise, tye.

--Chris

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