Your "experience" is the outcome of your behaviour. You didn't bother reading the front page, or any seemingly any other documentation for the tool you choose to use. You continually reiterate false information, regardless of how many different people correct you. You make a baseless stance regarding version numbers, and refuse to accept alternative viewpoints/reality. The method to write some code to achieve what you want has been described already, and here you are asking for someone else to do it for you. Throw into the mix contradictory statements.... inflexible: unwilling to change or compromise..
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