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    Quote Originally Posted by Raigne
    oh, I see. As far as why wouldnt is the fact that is alot of while statements, and what if I need one function to use information retrieved during another would I just run both functions under the same while block?
    Maybe you should try and see? And if you get something unexpectable - post your code and ask the specific question?
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    You should worry less. You're thinking up scenarios that are completely incomprehensible to us and probably, if asked for something concrete, you wouldn't be able to come up with it anyway. It's too fuzzy.

    Just take a concrete problem and think about a solution for it.
    All the buzzt!

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    alright, just frustrating after trying forever. Simplicity can be so complex at times. Thanks for the help, i am coding at the moment so well see

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