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Unread 03-19-2017, 03:42 PM   #7 (permalink)
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They are essentially identical solutions... Switch/Case can always be substituted for If/Else in languages that support it BUT to use switch/case you probably HAVE to use FTEQCC to compile. Other than that the code looks pretty vanilla to me.

I opine that you realize the _not(yes/no) functions represent functions you need to write.

Aside - you had me at parsing ... my favoritest thing. It's mildly funny cause I was like "ooooh stuff to parse" and then I was like ::teeth smack:: "This ain't a parse situation, man." You shattered all of my hopes and dreams... Lol
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