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Thanks for the clarification. It probably comes as no surprise that I
do better at putting module and function headers in my code than I do
at writing inline comments. On the other hand, I'm currently involved
in a collaborative project with a programmer who is *very* good about
inline doc, so there's always the chance that some of his good habits
will rub off on me....