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November 02, 2018, 07:13:35 PM
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Come join us in chat on YOLOdice for the next 12 hours as we'll be periodically doing some DOGE late-Halloween (Doge-o-ween?  Doge-weenie?) giveaways and trivia!

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November 02, 2018, 07:28:32 PM
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Whenever I try to go to yolos website, I get stuck on the connecting page abc the circle keeps going round. It then pops up with a.message while still loading, to links of social media, any ideas?

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Whenever I try to go to yolos website, I get stuck on the connecting page abc the circle keeps going round. It then pops up with a.message while still loading, to links of social media, any ideas?
Err...  Didn't you say a while back in this thread your ISP blocks YOLOdice?  The site is working just fine right now, so I have no idea.  It could be a VPN issue too, you might try sending an email to support@yolodice.com and having Ethan take a look at your account.

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Whenever I try to go to yolos website, I get stuck on the connecting page abc the circle keeps going round. It then pops up with a.message while still loading, to links of social media, any ideas?

umm..generally whenever users try to open YOLOdice, in the starter screen there will be small animation and it will last like 0.75-1 second (should have good internet speed).
but sometimes whenever the internet connection is slow/weak. it will take like 5-10 seconds to load the website (I'm just thinking it might be your internet speed but I'm not 100% sure)



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November 02, 2018, 08:10:08 PM
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Whenever I try to go to yolos website, I get stuck on the connecting page abc the circle keeps going round. It then pops up with a.message while still loading, to links of social media, any ideas?

umm..generally whenever users try to open YOLOdice, in the starter screen there will be small animation and it will last like 0.75-1 second (should have good internet speed).
but sometimes whenever the internet connection is slow/weak. it will take like 5-10 seconds to load the website (I'm just thinking it might be your internet speed but I'm not 100% sure)






I think the speed here is 15mbps as a minimum...
I left the site running for 5 minutes and still nothing. Not sure I want to leave it running overnight....

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Whenever I try to go to yolos website, I get stuck on the connecting page abc the circle keeps going round. It then pops up with a.message while still loading, to links of social media, any ideas?

umm..generally whenever users try to open YOLOdice, in the starter screen there will be small animation and it will last like 0.75-1 second (should have good internet speed).
but sometimes whenever the internet connection is slow/weak. it will take like 5-10 seconds to load the website (I'm just thinking it might be your internet speed but I'm not 100% sure)






I think the speed here is 15mbps as a minimum...
I left the site running for 5 minutes and still nothing. Not sure I want to leave it running overnight....
Read my post above his, you should probably send Ethan an email.

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November 02, 2018, 08:48:19 PM
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Whenever I try to go to yolos website, I get stuck on the connecting page abc the circle keeps going round. It then pops up with a.message while still loading, to links of social media, any ideas?

umm..generally whenever users try to open YOLOdice, in the starter screen there will be small animation and it will last like 0.75-1 second (should have good internet speed).
but sometimes whenever the internet connection is slow/weak. it will take like 5-10 seconds to load the website (I'm just thinking it might be your internet speed but I'm not 100% sure)






I think the speed here is 15mbps as a minimum...
I left the site running for 5 minutes and still nothing. Not sure I want to leave it running overnight....
Read my post above his, you should probably send Ethan an email.

Ah ok. I switched isp though since then. I can’t send an email because I will then have to reveal my ip to Ethan and I still need to get round to setting up a vpn...

It just stops on a connecting screen with the yolodce animation which is quite confusing to me,

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November 03, 2018, 09:56:37 AM
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MyDiceBot v2.0.0 is out.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5057661.0

It supports YoloDice in this new release.

Have fun. Any feedback is welcome.

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  • https://mydicebot.github.io
  • MyDiceBot is a cross-platform automated dicing bot for cryptocurrency dice-sites.
  • Similar to the bot pioneer Seuntjies DiceBot.
  • Multiple platforms are supported, including Windows, Mac, Linux, and Web.
  • Multiple programming languages are supported such as Lua. JavaScript and Python are coming soon.
  • Compatible with the variables and functions of Seuntjie DiceBot’s Lua script

https://mydicebot.com (https://mydicebot.com)
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November 05, 2018, 01:52:00 AM
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MyDiceBot v2.0.0 is out.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5057661.0

It supports YoloDice in this new release.

Have fun. Any feedback is welcome.

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  • https://mydicebot.github.io
  • MyDiceBot is a cross-platform automated dicing bot for cryptocurrency dice-sites.
  • Similar to the bot pioneer Seuntjies DiceBot.
  • Multiple platforms are supported, including Windows, Mac, Linux, and Web.
  • Multiple programming languages are supported such as Lua. JavaScript and Python are coming soon.
  • Compatible with the variables and functions of Seuntjie DiceBot’s Lua script


This is indeed a great job that you have there and I saw you have some multiple site on your dice bot list too. Sorry for the way of asking you this, does everyone accepted it? Because you need their approval to make sure that your bot can be applied on their terms. And hoe about the fee? Are you giving some fee towards your bot that they used?

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November 05, 2018, 11:45:57 AM
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MyDiceBot v2.0.0 is out.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5057661.0

It supports YoloDice in this new release.

Have fun. Any feedback is welcome.

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  • https://mydicebot.github.io
  • MyDiceBot is a cross-platform automated dicing bot for cryptocurrency dice-sites.
  • Similar to the bot pioneer Seuntjies DiceBot.
  • Multiple platforms are supported, including Windows, Mac, Linux, and Web.
  • Multiple programming languages are supported such as Lua. JavaScript and Python are coming soon.
  • Compatible with the variables and functions of Seuntjie DiceBot’s Lua script


This is indeed a great job that you have there and I saw you have some multiple site on your dice bot list too. Sorry for the way of asking you this, does everyone accepted it? Because you need their approval to make sure that your bot can be applied on their terms. And hoe about the fee? Are you giving some fee towards your bot that they used?

Hi thanks a lot for your feedback.

* "Because you need their approval to make sure that your bot can be applied on their terms" - So your question is that I need get approval from the dice sites, correct? I am happy to remove those dice sites from my list if they do not want me to put them on at any time.

* "And hoe about the fee? Are you giving some fee towards your bot that they used?" No idea about what does your question mean. The bot is free to use and no fee needed.

https://mydicebot.com (https://mydicebot.com)
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November 05, 2018, 12:32:01 PM
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MyDiceBot v2.0.0 is out.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5057661.0

It supports YoloDice in this new release.

Have fun. Any feedback is welcome.

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  • https://mydicebot.github.io
  • MyDiceBot is a cross-platform automated dicing bot for cryptocurrency dice-sites.
  • Similar to the bot pioneer Seuntjies DiceBot.
  • Multiple platforms are supported, including Windows, Mac, Linux, and Web.
  • Multiple programming languages are supported such as Lua. JavaScript and Python are coming soon.
  • Compatible with the variables and functions of Seuntjie DiceBot’s Lua script


This is indeed a great job that you have there and I saw you have some multiple site on your dice bot list too. Sorry for the way of asking you this, does everyone accepted it? Because you need their approval to make sure that your bot can be applied on their terms. And hoe about the fee? Are you giving some fee towards your bot that they used?

Hi thanks a lot for your feedback.

* "Because you need their approval to make sure that your bot can be applied on their terms" - So your question is that I need get approval from the dice sites, correct? I am happy to remove those dice sites from my list if they do not want me to put them on at any time.

* "And hoe about the fee? Are you giving some fee towards your bot that they used?" No idea about what does your question mean. The bot is free to use and no fee needed.

If your software if open source, you don’t need permission from the dice sites to run the bot imo. Don’t know what btcevo is going on about...
Is there a plan to make money out of this in some way? Put your reflink on new signups to the site through your bot if you like...

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November 05, 2018, 05:35:41 PM
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MyDiceBot v2.0.0 is out.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5057661.0

It supports YoloDice in this new release.

Have fun. Any feedback is welcome.

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  • https://mydicebot.github.io
  • MyDiceBot is a cross-platform automated dicing bot for cryptocurrency dice-sites.
  • Similar to the bot pioneer Seuntjies DiceBot.
  • Multiple platforms are supported, including Windows, Mac, Linux, and Web.
  • Multiple programming languages are supported such as Lua. JavaScript and Python are coming soon.
  • Compatible with the variables and functions of Seuntjie DiceBot’s Lua script


This is indeed a great job that you have there and I saw you have some multiple site on your dice bot list too. Sorry for the way of asking you this, does everyone accepted it? Because you need their approval to make sure that your bot can be applied on their terms. And hoe about the fee? Are you giving some fee towards your bot that they used?

Hi thanks a lot for your feedback.

* "Because you need their approval to make sure that your bot can be applied on their terms" - So your question is that I need get approval from the dice sites, correct? I am happy to remove those dice sites from my list if they do not want me to put them on at any time.

* "And hoe about the fee? Are you giving some fee towards your bot that they used?" No idea about what does your question mean. The bot is free to use and no fee needed.

If your software if open source, you don’t need permission from the dice sites to run the bot imo. Don’t know what btcevo is going on about...
Is there a plan to make money out of this in some way? Put your reflink on new signups to the site through your bot if you like...

asked the author exactly the same thing, he plans to earn money through donations
but that is  a not very reliable business model, to put it mildly
putting his reflink for all the sites included in the bot is one good way to earn money , don't think there will be millions, but there must be people who sign through affiliate
to support the future development and updates, but he should include more sites and make it a viable option to seujuntles bot,
which is is the industirie's weapon of choice at the moment Smiley

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November 06, 2018, 08:47:34 AM
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MyDiceBot v2.0.0 is out.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5057661.0

It supports YoloDice in this new release.

Have fun. Any feedback is welcome.

---

  • https://mydicebot.github.io
  • MyDiceBot is a cross-platform automated dicing bot for cryptocurrency dice-sites.
  • Similar to the bot pioneer Seuntjies DiceBot.
  • Multiple platforms are supported, including Windows, Mac, Linux, and Web.
  • Multiple programming languages are supported such as Lua. JavaScript and Python are coming soon.
  • Compatible with the variables and functions of Seuntjie DiceBot’s Lua script


This is indeed a great job that you have there and I saw you have some multiple site on your dice bot list too. Sorry for the way of asking you this, does everyone accepted it? Because you need their approval to make sure that your bot can be applied on their terms. And hoe about the fee? Are you giving some fee towards your bot that they used?

Hi thanks a lot for your feedback.

* "Because you need their approval to make sure that your bot can be applied on their terms" - So your question is that I need get approval from the dice sites, correct? I am happy to remove those dice sites from my list if they do not want me to put them on at any time.

* "And hoe about the fee? Are you giving some fee towards your bot that they used?" No idea about what does your question mean. The bot is free to use and no fee needed.

Sorry for my bad english, what I want to ask here, are you going to charge fee on your bot? Because I saw many dice bot at first time they seems to offer some bot and after some period of time they charge some fee for fixing the bot and may be for some upgrade to the better version. And I am the victim on this kind of bot and when I starting to profit, suddenly bot is down and the creator do not even update anything. I just do not want this to happen in the future on any sites that I played

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November 06, 2018, 09:03:58 AM
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MyDiceBot v2.0.0 is out.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5057661.0

It supports YoloDice in this new release.

Have fun. Any feedback is welcome.

---

  • https://mydicebot.github.io
  • MyDiceBot is a cross-platform automated dicing bot for cryptocurrency dice-sites.
  • Similar to the bot pioneer Seuntjies DiceBot.
  • Multiple platforms are supported, including Windows, Mac, Linux, and Web.
  • Multiple programming languages are supported such as Lua. JavaScript and Python are coming soon.
  • Compatible with the variables and functions of Seuntjie DiceBot’s Lua script


This is indeed a great job that you have there and I saw you have some multiple site on your dice bot list too. Sorry for the way of asking you this, does everyone accepted it? Because you need their approval to make sure that your bot can be applied on their terms. And hoe about the fee? Are you giving some fee towards your bot that they used?

Hi thanks a lot for your feedback.

* "Because you need their approval to make sure that your bot can be applied on their terms" - So your question is that I need get approval from the dice sites, correct? I am happy to remove those dice sites from my list if they do not want me to put them on at any time.

* "And hoe about the fee? Are you giving some fee towards your bot that they used?" No idea about what does your question mean. The bot is free to use and no fee needed.

Sorry for my bad english, what I want to ask here, are you going to charge fee on your bot? Because I saw many dice bot at first time they seems to offer some bot and after some period of time they charge some fee for fixing the bot and may be for some upgrade to the better version. And I am the victim on this kind of bot and when I starting to profit, suddenly bot is down and the creator do not even update anything. I just do not want this to happen in the future on any sites that I played
Bots that charge "fees" are usually malware, especially if they aren't open source.  He already answered your question:

"And hoe about the fee? Are you giving some fee towards your bot that they used?" No idea about what does your question mean. The bot is free to use and no fee needed."

If you want information about a bot, and you don't know / don't trust the bot's developer yet, it's better to ask other people about it, because asking a potentially shady developer about their own bot is a good way to get scammed.

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November 06, 2018, 09:10:24 AM
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MyDiceBot v2.0.0 is out.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5057661.0

It supports YoloDice in this new release.

Have fun. Any feedback is welcome.

---

  • https://mydicebot.github.io
  • MyDiceBot is a cross-platform automated dicing bot for cryptocurrency dice-sites.
  • Similar to the bot pioneer Seuntjies DiceBot.
  • Multiple platforms are supported, including Windows, Mac, Linux, and Web.
  • Multiple programming languages are supported such as Lua. JavaScript and Python are coming soon.
  • Compatible with the variables and functions of Seuntjie DiceBot’s Lua script


This is indeed a great job that you have there and I saw you have some multiple site on your dice bot list too. Sorry for the way of asking you this, does everyone accepted it? Because you need their approval to make sure that your bot can be applied on their terms. And hoe about the fee? Are you giving some fee towards your bot that they used?

Hi thanks a lot for your feedback.

* "Because you need their approval to make sure that your bot can be applied on their terms" - So your question is that I need get approval from the dice sites, correct? I am happy to remove those dice sites from my list if they do not want me to put them on at any time.

* "And hoe about the fee? Are you giving some fee towards your bot that they used?" No idea about what does your question mean. The bot is free to use and no fee needed.

If your software if open source, you don’t need permission from the dice sites to run the bot imo. Don’t know what btcevo is going on about...
Is there a plan to make money out of this in some way? Put your reflink on new signups to the site through your bot if you like...

Thanks a lot for your suggestion, will consider.

https://mydicebot.com (https://mydicebot.com)
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November 06, 2018, 09:11:59 AM
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MyDiceBot v2.0.0 is out.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5057661.0

It supports YoloDice in this new release.

Have fun. Any feedback is welcome.

---

  • https://mydicebot.github.io
  • MyDiceBot is a cross-platform automated dicing bot for cryptocurrency dice-sites.
  • Similar to the bot pioneer Seuntjies DiceBot.
  • Multiple platforms are supported, including Windows, Mac, Linux, and Web.
  • Multiple programming languages are supported such as Lua. JavaScript and Python are coming soon.
  • Compatible with the variables and functions of Seuntjie DiceBot’s Lua script


This is indeed a great job that you have there and I saw you have some multiple site on your dice bot list too. Sorry for the way of asking you this, does everyone accepted it? Because you need their approval to make sure that your bot can be applied on their terms. And hoe about the fee? Are you giving some fee towards your bot that they used?

Hi thanks a lot for your feedback.

* "Because you need their approval to make sure that your bot can be applied on their terms" - So your question is that I need get approval from the dice sites, correct? I am happy to remove those dice sites from my list if they do not want me to put them on at any time.

* "And hoe about the fee? Are you giving some fee towards your bot that they used?" No idea about what does your question mean. The bot is free to use and no fee needed.

If your software if open source, you don’t need permission from the dice sites to run the bot imo. Don’t know what btcevo is going on about...
Is there a plan to make money out of this in some way? Put your reflink on new signups to the site through your bot if you like...

asked the author exactly the same thing, he plans to earn money through donations
but that is  a not very reliable business model, to put it mildly
putting his reflink for all the sites included in the bot is one good way to earn money , don't think there will be millions, but there must be people who sign through affiliate
to support the future development and updates, but he should include more sites and make it a viable option to seujuntles bot,
which is is the industirie's weapon of choice at the moment Smiley

Thanks again for your suggestions. Will consider.

https://mydicebot.com (https://mydicebot.com)
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November 06, 2018, 09:19:33 AM
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MyDiceBot v2.0.0 is out.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5057661.0

It supports YoloDice in this new release.

Have fun. Any feedback is welcome.

---

  • https://mydicebot.github.io
  • MyDiceBot is a cross-platform automated dicing bot for cryptocurrency dice-sites.
  • Similar to the bot pioneer Seuntjies DiceBot.
  • Multiple platforms are supported, including Windows, Mac, Linux, and Web.
  • Multiple programming languages are supported such as Lua. JavaScript and Python are coming soon.
  • Compatible with the variables and functions of Seuntjie DiceBot’s Lua script


This is indeed a great job that you have there and I saw you have some multiple site on your dice bot list too. Sorry for the way of asking you this, does everyone accepted it? Because you need their approval to make sure that your bot can be applied on their terms. And hoe about the fee? Are you giving some fee towards your bot that they used?

Hi thanks a lot for your feedback.

* "Because you need their approval to make sure that your bot can be applied on their terms" - So your question is that I need get approval from the dice sites, correct? I am happy to remove those dice sites from my list if they do not want me to put them on at any time.

* "And hoe about the fee? Are you giving some fee towards your bot that they used?" No idea about what does your question mean. The bot is free to use and no fee needed.

Sorry for my bad english, what I want to ask here, are you going to charge fee on your bot? Because I saw many dice bot at first time they seems to offer some bot and after some period of time they charge some fee for fixing the bot and may be for some upgrade to the better version. And I am the victim on this kind of bot and when I starting to profit, suddenly bot is down and the creator do not even update anything. I just do not want this to happen in the future on any sites that I played

My Opinion is:

* Free forever.
* No charge fee. No upgrade fee.



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November 06, 2018, 09:21:45 AM
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MyDiceBot v2.0.0 is out.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5057661.0

It supports YoloDice in this new release.

Have fun. Any feedback is welcome.

---

  • https://mydicebot.github.io
  • MyDiceBot is a cross-platform automated dicing bot for cryptocurrency dice-sites.
  • Similar to the bot pioneer Seuntjies DiceBot.
  • Multiple platforms are supported, including Windows, Mac, Linux, and Web.
  • Multiple programming languages are supported such as Lua. JavaScript and Python are coming soon.
  • Compatible with the variables and functions of Seuntjie DiceBot’s Lua script


This is indeed a great job that you have there and I saw you have some multiple site on your dice bot list too. Sorry for the way of asking you this, does everyone accepted it? Because you need their approval to make sure that your bot can be applied on their terms. And hoe about the fee? Are you giving some fee towards your bot that they used?

Hi thanks a lot for your feedback.

* "Because you need their approval to make sure that your bot can be applied on their terms" - So your question is that I need get approval from the dice sites, correct? I am happy to remove those dice sites from my list if they do not want me to put them on at any time.

* "And hoe about the fee? Are you giving some fee towards your bot that they used?" No idea about what does your question mean. The bot is free to use and no fee needed.

Sorry for my bad english, what I want to ask here, are you going to charge fee on your bot? Because I saw many dice bot at first time they seems to offer some bot and after some period of time they charge some fee for fixing the bot and may be for some upgrade to the better version. And I am the victim on this kind of bot and when I starting to profit, suddenly bot is down and the creator do not even update anything. I just do not want this to happen in the future on any sites that I played
Bots that charge "fees" are usually malware, especially if they aren't open source.  He already answered your question:

"And hoe about the fee? Are you giving some fee towards your bot that they used?" No idea about what does your question mean. The bot is free to use and no fee needed."

If you want information about a bot, and you don't know / don't trust the bot's developer yet, it's better to ask other people about it, because asking a potentially shady developer about their own bot is a good way to get scammed.

Totally agree. Thumbs up.

https://mydicebot.com (https://mydicebot.com)
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November 06, 2018, 02:55:27 PM
Last edit: November 06, 2018, 03:06:47 PM by YOLO_LIFE
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Doge Investors already made 800k doge's profit!!!



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November 06, 2018, 04:03:34 PM
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awesome performance by yolodice almost doubling the expected profit in DOGE!
guess adding it was not such a bad idea, after all  Grin
congratulations to both investors and the site, condolences to the gamblers
waiting for new coins to be introduced, particularly BCH


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