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That example is probably not even correct but that's the most knowledge that I can throw out at the top of my head.
Searching is great and you'll learn a lot...maybe too much. I believe that the information is much more absorbable (not a real word ) when you have some personal experience to draw from while you are learning. I say just jump right in! Get yourself some inexpensive basics and start playing. There isn't anything all that difficult to hanging until you start hanging around here. Course, this place is chuck full of nerds! Much love to the hammock nerds, geeks, quants, and lest we forget mathaletes. Therefore, we tend to make things complicated sometimes just for the sheer joy of it.
Seriously, get something and get out there, then come back with questions or new search term ideas. Otherwise, you risk brain-rupture and nobody wants that.
Assuming you aren't already locked-up in a padded room unable to read this, welcome to the Forums!
We were up here in Big bear For our hang.
Lizzie and her nephew were there.
Tortoise never for a moment stopped, but went on with a slow but steady pace straight to the end of the course.
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