hello good morning
While I don't fully agree on the pricing on your comment on this thread I can appreciate a well written explaination and reasoning behind it
wasnt a trick
Fair enough, but that's why the comparison is usually equality against zero, i.e, != 0 to indicate presence, or == 0 to indicate absence, as opposed to < / > 0.
You are probably one of my favorite members on here.
woah estonia bro ! wats up
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