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in thread If a safe, affordable anti-ageing treatment that extended life indefinitely were to become available, would you take it?

Do you have statistics about the number of possible answers?

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Re^3: If a safe, affordable anti-ageing treatment that extended life indefinitely were to become available, would you take it?
by chacham (Prior) on Nov 27, 2014 at 17:43 UTC

    Please explain what you mean, especially by the word possible.

      I meant the average number of answers available to select, not the number of different answers given as a reply.

      ... but if you also have the later, better!

        I have other plans right now, but that would take a long time to do. I might be able to do a shorter report if i get into the right mood. :)

        To do it you just need to download the XML into a local database. That really isn't that hard. Figuring out how to make sense of it (and write XML queries) can take a bit longer.