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I advise my clients to avoid ALL UDFs of ALL flavors simply because there are WAY too many ways to get in trouble with them.


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I advise my clients to avoid ALL UDFs of ALL flavors simply because there are WAY too many ways to get in trouble with them.


Proof positive that you're a good consultant. A bad one would snicker with glee and start counting the cash.


True dat! Fortunately there is a nearly infinite array of ways in which potential clients can generate demand for my services!!


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