Re: admitting you have a problem is the first step to recovery...
I found the following closing statement in the introduction of an SDK reference guide that shall remain nameless:
"Take a close look at this document. Yes, it is boring. But please at least give a shot to the Programmer Reference and to all the function parameters."
I've often wanted to do something like that.
Kat Nagel katnagel -at- bluefrognet -dot- net
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