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1 . Handbook.

1 . To Code.

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2. Use hands.

2. Start coding.

Sorry I couldn't resist. I hate to say it but any laptop at the usual outlets would let you write code.

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3. Test code.

3. See if it works!

Got your alert in the mail. Feel free to tell the forum about your first post with more detail.

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1 . Outstanding Shares.

To Whom it May Concern :
1 . Owner is purchasing Outstanding Shares.
2 . To navigate properly : Always be " To Code".
Signed :
The Pharaoh.
Robert W. McAuley To Whom it May Concern :
1 . " Cash in Hand" for expenses.
Signed :
Rob McAuley.

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And locked.

This thread is going nowhere and makes no sense.

I am locking it to prevent further pointless posts.


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