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hi - can you review the below code? what is its purpose? is it just to print what are the indexes on the databases so far?

http://sqlsolace.blogspot.com/2010/06/generate-indexes-script.html
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It appears that it is code to generate the SQL Script to DROP (if they exist) and CREATE all indexes.
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