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2023.06.07 08:09 Amazing-Elephant-610 C4C I WILL click back

Click for click? Plsss help
Or use the code: 168281195
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2023.06.07 08:07 xZombieDuckx Asus TUF 505DT - Stutters and crashes

Hello Everyone,

I have an ASUS TUF FX505DT since December 2019.

An year(or more) I started to notice that sometimes my screen and audio would stutter, then after some seconds would function smoothly. I have noticed the stutter when watching movies or videos(best i can explain is that people sounded like they were having a stroke in slow motion), or when playing games(Dota 2 & Rainbow Six are the only games I usually play). Then throughout time I started to notice my screen would blackout(laptop would still run) and I would have to restart it. These issues persisted because I thought that my laptop was just getting old.

However, recently what is happening is as a new issue, my laptop stutters again when playing games, the audio would briefly sound good, stutter, sound good again, stutter again. The video would get stuck, mouse cursor would move, and the it would freeze too. Then either a total blackout of the screen or BSOD with a sad face, no code shown.

I have tried rolling back drivers, I have tried updating drivers. Doesn't work.
Maybe one thing I have noticed is that, this is happening when my laptop is plugged in(and fully charged). What I mean is when I am playing games, my laptop is also charging(lets say its at 40%), then when it would fully charge, for sometime it would function normally and then same issue again.

Recently another thing happened too, I tried running Dota 2, it said it could not render Directx 11. I tried restarting the laptop, Dota 2 started, all the graphic settings got automatically set to lowest, I tried running Rainbow SIx, both showed low graphics and low framerate, as if the GPU wasnt even working.

Please help
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2023.06.07 08:07 PastStranger7895 Make sure to give this post a upvote and share your link, I'll be lurking in the comments and ready to click!

If you need help to complete task on Temu I will do your links if you comment them below after you do mine
Or use the code: 170978408
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2023.06.07 08:05 grepixinfotech From Idea to Launch: Steps to Create an Uber-Like App Solution for Your Business

From Idea to Launch: Steps to Create an Uber-Like App Solution for Your Business

From Idea to Launch: Steps to Create an Uber-Like App Solution for Your Business
The ride-hailing industry has been revolutionized by Uber, and it has opened up opportunities for businesses to create their own on-demand services. If you're looking to create an Uber-like app solution for your business, you've come to the right place. In this article, we'll be discussing the steps you need to take to go from idea to launch in creating your own on-demand app. From market research to testing, we'll cover every aspect of building an app that can revolutionize your business. With the right approach, you can create a user-friendly, feature-rich app that will help you stand out in a competitive market. So, whether you're a small business owner or a startup entrepreneur, get ready to take notes on how to create an Uber-like app solution that can take your business to the next level.
Market Research and Analysis
Before you start designing and developing your Uber-like app, it's important to conduct thorough market research and analysis. You need to identify the existing competition, understand your potential customers, and evaluate the market trends and opportunities. By doing this, you can determine whether your app idea is feasible and profitable.
One of the best ways to start your market research is by conducting a survey or focus group with your target audience. This will help you understand their needs, preferences, and pain points. You can also analyze the market data and statistics available online, such as industry reports, competitor analysis, and customer feedback.
Based on the research and analysis, you can determine the unique selling points (USPs) of your app and define its features and functionalities. This will help you create an app that is tailored to your target audience and stands out from the competition.
Identifying the Target Audience
Once you have conducted your market research, you should have a clear understanding of your target audience. Who are they? What are their demographics, interests, and behaviors? What are their needs and preferences?
By identifying your target audience, you can design and develop an app that caters to their specific requirements and expectations. You can create a user persona that represents your ideal customer and use it as a reference for your app design and development.
It's important to keep in mind that your target audience may evolve over time, so you should continuously monitor and analyze their feedback and behavior to ensure that your app remains relevant and useful.
Defining the App Features
Once you have identified your target audience, you can start defining the features and functionalities of your app. Your app should have a clear value proposition that addresses your target audience's needs and solves their problems.
Some of the key features that your Uber-like app should have include:
- User registration and authentication
- Ride booking and scheduling
- Real-time tracking and navigation
- Payment processing and invoicing
- Rating and review system
- Customer support and feedback
You can also consider adding additional features that can enhance the user experience and differentiate your app from the competition. For example, you can offer loyalty rewards, referral programs, or customization options.
Hiring a Development Team
Once you have defined the features and functionalities of your app, you need to hire a development team that can bring your app to life. You can either hire an in-house team or outsource the development to a third-party agency.
When hiring a development team, you should look for:
- Experience and expertise in app development
- Technical skills and knowledge of programming languages and frameworks
- Communication and collaboration skills
- Portfolio of successful app projects
- References and testimonials from previous clients
You should also ensure that your development team follows the best practices and standards in app development, such as agile methodology, code review, and testing.
Creating a Project Timeline
Once you have hired your development team, you need to create a project timeline that outlines the milestones and deadlines of your app development. This will help you stay on track and ensure that your app is delivered on time and within budget.
Your project timeline should include:
- App design and prototyping
- Front-end and back-end development
- Testing and debugging
- Deployment and launch
- Post-launch maintenance and updates
You should also allocate sufficient time and resources for each stage of the development process and consider any potential risks and challenges.
Designing the User Interface
The user interface (UI) is an essential aspect of your Uber-like app as it determines how your users interact with your app and how they perceive your brand. Your UI should be intuitive, user-friendly, and aesthetically pleasing.
When designing your UI, you should consider:
- Consistency and coherence in design elements and layouts
- Accessibility and usability for users of different abilities and devices
- Visual hierarchy and contrast to guide user attention and navigation
- Branding and color scheme to reflect your brand identity and values
- Feedback and animation to enhance the user experience and engagement
You can use design tools and software, such as Sketch, Figma, or Adobe XD, to create wireframes and prototypes of your app and collaborate with your development team and stakeholders for feedback and iterations.
Developing the App Functionality
Once you have finalized your app design, your development team can start building the front-end and back-end functionality of your app. This includes coding and integrating the features and functionalities defined earlier, such as user registration, ride booking, payment processing, and rating system.
Your development team should follow the best practices and standards in software engineering, such as modular programming, version control, and security protocols. They should also ensure that your app is optimized for performance, scalability, and compatibility with different devices and platforms.
Testing and Debugging the App
Before launching your Uber-like app, you need to test and debug it thoroughly to ensure that it works as intended and meets your quality standards. Testing and debugging should be an ongoing process throughout the development cycle and should involve different types of testing, such as:
- Unit testing to test individual components and functions
- Integration testing to test the interaction between different modules
- User acceptance testing (UAT) to test the app from a user's perspective
- Performance testing to test the app's speed and responsiveness
- Security testing to test the app's vulnerability to cyber threats
You should also involve your target audience and beta testers in the testing and feedback process to gather valuable insights and improve your app's usability and functionality.
Launching the App and Marketing It
Once you have tested and finalized your Uber-like app, it's time to launch it and market it to your target audience. This includes:
- Submitting your app to the app stores (e.g., Apple App Store, Google Play Store)
- Creating a landing page and social media accounts for your app
- Running paid ads, influencer marketing, or content marketing campaigns to promote your app
- Engaging with your users and responding to their feedback and reviews
- Measuring and analyzing your app's performance and user engagement using analytics tools
You should also continuously update and improve your app based on user feedback and market trends to ensure that it remains competitive and relevant.
Post-Launch Maintenance and Updates
After launching your Uber clone app, you need to maintain and update it regularly to ensure that it works smoothly and efficiently. This includes fixing bugs and issues, adding new features and functionalities, and optimizing the app's performance and security.
You should also monitor and analyze your app's usage and feedback regularly and use the insights to improve your app and enhance the user experience.
Creating an Uber-like app solution for your business can be a game-changer in today's digital world. By following the steps outlined in this article, you can create a user-friendly, feature-rich app that can revolutionize your business and stand out in a competitive market. Remember to conduct thorough market research, identify your target audience, define your app features, hire a development team, create a project timeline, design the user interface, develop the app functionality, test and debug the app, launch and market it, and maintain and update it regularly. With the right approach and mindset, you can create an app that can take your business to the next level.
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2023.06.07 08:00 Specific_Algae2875 Don't worry, I'll be watching the comments. Click for click and I'll be sure to click yours!

Let’s help each other
You can use the code: 172485867
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2023.06.07 07:59 AkagamiRion Click and upvote, I will click back in 2 devices

Please help me too 🥺
Or please use the code: USU1186
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2023.06.07 07:57 Own-Cranberry-7154 Contact Form 7 - Any pro's out there?

I have a contact form that is not closing when the button is pressed and I don't know if it is something I'm doing or something my theme is doing.
This is my code:
[text* your-name class:tt-form__control placeholder"Your Name"]
) ^(
\[email\* email class:tt-form\_\_control placeholder"E-mail"\]
) ^(
\[text\* phonenumber class:tt-form\_\_control placeholder"Phone"\]
) ^(
) ^(
\[text\* address class:tt-form\_\_control placeholder"Address"\]
) ^(
\[select services class:tt-select "What can we help you with?" "Plumbing Service" "Plumbing Installation" "Hydro Jetting and Drains" "Commercial Plumbing"\]
) ^(
) ^(
) ^(
) ^(
\[file your-file limit:10mb filetypes:jpgjpegpng\]
) ^(
) ^(
) ^(
\[textarea your-message 10x4 class:tt-form\_\_control placeholder"Tell us more about your issue"\]
Thanks for taking a look.
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2023.06.07 07:56 asxnic I JUST NEED ONE MORE NEW USER

Hey everyone. I’ve tried everywhere. I’ve asked so many friends and everyone has just ignored me. I’ve worked so hard all day and I’m just one NEW user away from getting my free gift. If I can just get one more I’ll be so happy. This will be my last time doing this because it’s just so stressful and honestly kinda depressing because I have no real friends to help me out… anywho please download Temu and use my code 174254902.
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2023.06.07 07:55 Porygon-Bot Scarlet and Violet Daily Casual Trade Thread for 07 June 2023

Welcome to the /pokemontrades Scarlet and Violet Daily Casual Trade Thread!

This thread is for competitive/casual trades, and tradebacks, in Scarlet and Violet.
Do not trade, or tradeback, shiny or event Pokémon or event serial codes in this thread.
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Subreddit trading rules do apply!

No trading of hacked, cloned, illegal, or otherwise illegitimate Pokémon will be tolerated under any circumstances. Definitions of these terms are available in the Legitimacy Policy.

Please keep in mind:

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Stay alert, and happy trading!
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2023.06.07 07:54 Long-Isopod8575 Help me out, I’ll help you out.

Click for click? Plsss help
Or search my code: 171234528
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2023.06.07 07:53 Outrageous-Nobody-22 Financial guidance please

I didn’t grow up with money and my parents never talked about money with us. I could tell my parents struggled with money management even as a kid, especially since my dad grew up wealthy (grandpa was a well known surgeon) but somehow my dad was always struggling once my grandparents passed. I’m now 25F and my parents still refuse to educate me when I ask questions or talk about money unless it’s about money that I owe them.
I’ve tried to learn on my own (okay admittedly haven’t tried that hard but I’ve read books, listened to podcasts, watch YouTube videos, etc.) but haven’t seemed to unlock the code to managing my own finances. I have a student loan, now have credit card debt, and reoccurring bills stacking up now that I’m in the real world. I’m anxious about my finances but how can I fix this? It’s not like a have a terrible paying job but fresh out of college isn’t a ton of money either.
Does anybody have any suggestions on how I can learn about managing finances or tips on how to do so? Ideally looking for a digestible way to learn AKA I’m not a finance/money savvy person. Also looking for money management tools like apps, spread sheets or even tips that work for you.
Pleaseeeeeee help me and thank you in advance
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2023.06.07 07:52 Migo_Del_Mundo Twilight - Social Media Replica Website

(posting here as I'm finding communities to get feedback on)


Ladies and gentlemen, if you don’t want to read the wall of text that is my reddit post, here is a short tl;dr of what I have accomplished.
I coded my first website in under 2 months with the objective of replicating why I want my own social media to look like using React.js. Here’s the link: Twilight by Migo (
Now that’s out of the way, here is the full post.
Before I introduce my website, please let me give a background of my skills so far. I’m a 19-year-old college freshman studying for IT, and I have only a small set of skills including: some of HTML/CSS/JavaScript, some of Python, some of Java, and some of C++. The best I have accomplished are scripts and websites using HTML that aren’t deployed like my newest website.
It is currently my summer vacation, so I wanted to spend my time improving my skill and utilizing frameworks (?) like Node and React. I also want to increase my knowledge in programming in general, so that I can create applications or software that can solve problems.
Before this website, I had 0 knowledge of React.js. I asked ChatGPT what things I should learn as a programmer (side note: it also helped me solve a lot of problems in debugging and such) and React.js was one of them, so I decided to create a website under 2 months to see how far I can accomplish.
And this is what I came up with.

Twilight — Social Media Replica Website

Website description: Twilight is a vibrant and engaging social media application designed to connect people around the world in a unique and interactive way. With a sleek and user-friendly interface, Twilight offers a wide range of features and functionalities that cater to users' social networking needs.
(In this website, your user identity is defaulted to “Jake Hollenfield” by default).
Right now, the functionality of this website is extremely limited, but there are interfaces for features such as: a news feed that shows posts of users, a profile where one can see their own posts and other information, a friends and group suggestion tabs where one can add or join groups, and a games tab where the user can play a variety of games. There is also a messages tab, where you can see different conversations.
Some screenshots:
The default screen, which displays the news feed as well as a message composer and posts from other people.
The profile tab where you can see your user’s (taking in the identity of Jake Hollenfield) posts as well as description and hobbies.
An (admittedly questionable) version of the website in light mode, giving it a teal-white palette. This one is a request from someone very close to me, but I admit, it isn’t the best.
Some assets used in this website such as pictures are not mine, credits go to the rightful owner of the assets. What I do know is the layout, design, and functionality, and even then I would like to point out some of the mistakes that I had through my progress in the short 2 months I coded it (taken directly from my notes).
I’m also contemplating whether to continue this out or try new projects, as I want to find out more about how far I can go in my practice while on summer break, but I will try to update as much as possible depending on the feedback.
This is all I can say on my website for now, I may or may not edit this post to suit my expectations. I hope that you may find my website at least decent, and if you have any criticism about it, feel free to express your thoughts in the comments. If you have any suggestions, let me know as well, as all feedback is appreciated. Thanks for reading, and have a good day.
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2023.06.07 07:52 Outrageous-Nobody-22 Financial guidance please

I didn’t grow up with money and my parents never talked about money with us. I could tell my parents struggled with money management even as a kid, especially since my dad grew up wealthy (grandpa was a well known surgeon) but somehow my dad was always struggling once my grandparents passed. I’m now 25F and my parents still refuse to educate me when I ask questions or talk about money unless it’s about money that I owe them.
I’ve tried to learn on my own (okay admittedly haven’t tried that hard but I’ve read books, listened to podcasts, watch YouTube videos, etc.) but haven’t seemed to unlock the code to managing my own finances. I have a student loan, now have credit card debt, and reoccurring bills stacking up now that I’m in the real world. I’m anxious about my finances but how can I fix this? It’s not like a have a terrible paying job but fresh out of college isn’t a ton of money either.
Does anybody have any suggestions on how I can learn about managing finances or tips on how to do so? Ideally looking for a digestible way to learn AKA I’m not a finance/money savvy person. Also looking for money management tools like apps, spread sheets or even tips that work for you.
Pleaseeeeeee help me and thank you in advance
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2023.06.07 07:50 Same_Context6213 Click and upvote, I will click back in 2 devices

Let’s help each other
Or search my code: 168037606
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2023.06.07 07:49 Equivalent-Chair5187 Upvote and I'll click all links

help me out too please, support to go all around!
Code for code: 172074218
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Blogs give their owners the opportunity to connect with a wide audience around the world and make money through advertising, co-production, affiliate marketing , and more. Also, many Internet marketing companies cooperate with bloggers and offer them business partnership opportunities to achieve stable financial profits in the long run.
However, to profit from Blogger , the blogger must consider developing his skills and using appropriate tools to improve the quality of his content in terms of design and content itself according to the requirements of search engines, in order to attract more visitors to the site.
If you are considering starting a personal blog or want to improve your existing blog, investing in quality content and updating the site regularly can help increase traffic and increase revenue.

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A Blogger blog is a blog hosted on the Blogger platform provided by Google. This platform allows users to create personal or corporate blogs quickly and easily, without the need for much technical expertise.
Blogger is characterized by its ease of use and the availability of many templates and tools that can be used in designing and customizing the blog, how to create a blog or website using the phone only in 2023, and it also supports many different languages, which makes it suitable for users around the world.
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Making a profit from a blog requires hard work and persistence, and it is important to provide high-quality content and promote the blog properly in order to attract more visitors and increase the opportunity for additional income.

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2023.06.07 07:47 Disastrous_Wave1008 UPVOTE AND DROP YOUR LINK, I CLICK BACK ALL LINKS!!!!

help me out too please, support to go all around!
You can use the code: 175197287
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2023.06.07 07:44 jacobobryant Open-sourcing yakread

I'm developing a hunch that I ought to open-source yakread and not even worry about trying to turn it into a profitable business. For one thing, that would allow me to consolidate my projects a bit more--Yakread and Biff would become more like a single project instead of two separate projects. Working on Yakread would help Biff progress because Yakread would be a real-world open-source project that people learning Biff could study and hack on (Yakread would take over platypub's role in this regard). Working on Biff would help Yakread because the more people there are in the Biff community, the more potential Yakread contributors there are.
The only benefit of keeping Yakread closed-source is that it might make it easier for me to monetize it, and if it becomes successful then I can reinvest the profits into further developing Yakread (i.e. I can work full-time on Yakread). However, my gut feeling is starting to be that Yakread will have a better chance of succeeding if I put all my effort into growing the Biff community and have Yakread be part of that.
In addition, if I'm less focused on monetizing Yakread, I'll be more free to use it as a vehicle for experimentation and invention. It would also ensure that Yakread remains a strong "user agent": a servant of the user's interests rather than the business's interests.
Before I make a for-sure decision on this, I'm going to wait until I've got a job and am settled into that (currently interviewing at two places). If open-sourcing Yakread still feels like the way to go after a bit, then I'll go ahead and release it and start making some changes to the code base:
I'm liking the idea of merging all my non-work projects under a single open-source umbrella--Biff, Yakread, and Platypub to start out with, and maybe more if/when the Biff community grows to a sufficient size.
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2023.06.07 07:44 PreventingDrowning Could you float to self-rescue from accidental drowning in water? please respond to our survey on floating capability and help us prevent accidental drownings [MOD APPROVED on 07/06/23].

Hi, members of sydney,
Sadly, the World Health Organisation estimates that accidental drowning in water has been the fatal cause of death of around 236,000 people. A further 4.7 million people per year may experience non-fatal near-drowning, the effects of which can be life-changing. Royal Lifesaving Australia data shows that there were 339 accidental drownings in Australian waterways in 2022 (leading areas: 34% in rivers and creeks, 21% at beaches, and 13% in ocean and harbour locations). Many of these fatal and non-fatal accidental drownings would have been highly preventable. We are a group of researchers from the UK and New Zealand researching ways to reduce the number of accidental drownings in different countries, and we need your help!
(1) How can you help?
We ask you to respond to our online research survey about floating capability. The findings will help inform water safety advice and swimming education and could help prevent accidental drownings in water. The findings of the survey will be presented at the World Conference on Drowning Prevention in Perth, Australia, in December 2023, so there is clear potential for impact.
(2) What's involved?
Around 20 minutes of your time to answer questions about your perceptions of floating capabilities, drowning risk, swimming and self-rescue competencies, and we ask you to rate how well you float.
(3) Who can participate?
Males and females aged 16 and older, including young, middle- and older-aged adults.
(4) How to share your views:
Click this link:
(5) Personal data (please read):
Personal data is optional as you can "Prefer not to say" or use pseudonyms if you don't feel comfortable sharing personal information. All of your data is kept securely at all times and is never accessed by anyone other than the named researchers. Your response data is anonymised from your name and email after the survey closes. Further details are included in the information sheet.
Please refrain from discussing your answers below, as it may bias other people’s responses. Please also refrain from providing feedback on the survey below; feedback can be sent by private message to u/PreventingDrowning or emailed to [[email protected]](mailto:[email protected]). All feedback is welcome. Please feel free to discuss any individual experiences or general thoughts below.
Institution: Leeds Trinity University Ethics code: PGR-FSHS-0108-2022 Email: [[email protected]](mailto:[email protected])
Thank you! Your support is greatly appreciated.
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2023.06.07 07:44 Overall_Presence_411 Don't worry, I won't sleep until I've clicked on every link in the comments!

help me out too please, support to go all around!
You can use the code: 168293610
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2023.06.07 07:43 olliebear_undercover Looking for a major (social anxiety, helping people, elementary/special education teaching?)

I'm a 20F trying to decide what to study in college. I just finished my first year as an English major (I really enjoy writing, and I'm good at it), but I fear this isn't a good choice with the rise of ChatGPT and other writing AIs.
Throughout my entire life I've been a socially anxious introvert. I tend to withdraw into myself. But I can't live like that anymore. I know if I keep going down this path I'll hate myself later on when my condition gets worse and more unbearable. So I'm looking for some sort of job that I could use as a way to force myself to get better at interacting with people.
I've always gotten good grades, and I work hard; however, I'm not motivated to do things if I don't see a benefit to myself or others. Therefore, I want to do something that helps people, something that doesn't leave me up at night wondering if I'm wasting my life chasing money rather than doing what's right. I was considering finance/accounting for a while due to the social anxiety, but I don't think I could live with myself unless I was doing it for a nonprofit/NGO. Even then, I still don't know if I'd find the field interesting (I'll do research if it piques my interest again).
Unfortunately, it seems like jobs that help other people tend to include interacting with them quite a bit (lol). I've had an on-off desire to be an elementary or special education teacher for the last two years, but I'm terrified that my anxiety will never go away. I've visited an elementary ed classroom, and I liked it but I obviously felt anxious. Also, degree prospects for education aren't great for changing fields, and I'd prefer not to have to spend my own money to go to grad school.
I've taken pretty much every personality and job-related online quiz out there (that's free), and my research hasn't helped much. I've wondered whether most of them are BS as they rely on me to report myself accurately in innumerable situations, but if it helps, my DiSC says that I'm a CS type, my Holland code has been all over the place but likely includes conventional and artistic, my big five is RLOAI, and my Clifton strengths are input, deliberative, adaptability, intellection, and empathy.
This was just a quick write up to which I can add more if you have questions/comments. Thanks in advance for your help!
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