While I'm interested in stats, I'm not insistant. But I do want to point out an important part of BBQ's post, "The other day a new monk walked into our Monastery and asked a question in the Chatterbox. There were plenty of helpful monks online that guided the Initiate through regex (I think that's what it was). Right before leaving, he dropped a line: "Thanx guys! Your site rocks! Keep it free."
" I think that this is best aspect of this site. The people who frequent it, quickly trying to get questions answered, and making sure we answer correctly. Good job everyone.
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