OK! So how did you do that? Cross out the text and add an update
or maybe that's all explained, but where do I look?
I'll be happy to write something up on all this and,
given a few more comments, I might even understand what I'm talking about.
Incidently, I checked the "Writeup Formatting Tips" and they suggested
I use <br> tag to break up the lines but elsewhere, I don't remember
where, it said don't use <br>, use <br/> instead and then only
sparingly. Preferably use <p>
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