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Whouldnt it be nice if every code exemple has 2 rows that say what the code is doing, and maybe how the output looks and can be used?
I think this is a exemple of code that creats more confusion then help.
Specialy windows users who create code by drag and drop, or click and drag have this habbit. --Anylyn Hax
- It's common practice to put the script output after the script or in the script in comments. -- Strife Onizuka 16:03, 12 August 2007 (PDT)