Hey, wait! Nobody said it was an "unworthy" post, it was mentioned that it looks like an X/Y problem, which it kind of does.
That's why requests for details were thrown out there.
You're able to answer any way you want. You do not need to precede your answer in such a way... the more experienced Monks love answers that appear to go around the 'norm' :D
(Hell, I will even answer a homework question periodically when I'm bored/angry/frustrated whatever just to get my mind off of things, and sometimes more experienced Monks wouldn't do that even. Each to their own!)
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