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A/B Test

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I was wondering if this logic would work for an A/B test.  Prior to the Google Analytics code running, I was hoping to make a call to  a database that will simply hold a flag of 1 or 0.  Can I have some logic at the top of my index that calls the database and if a 1 is returned show them version A and if 0 is returned show them version B?

I'm asking if you guys think this logic will work for an A/B test?

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Nick
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