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For your contribution to http://www.experts-exchange.com/questions/Q.20297722.html

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Interesting place you found to hide it.  Thanks Net.  :^)

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Oh right, it should be an answer .....  uh....  42 <g>

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The original question was about PHP. I figured it was ... ummmm ... appropriate... <laughing>
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