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While not as extreme as yesterdays, it still begs the question, why? Why call a replace function on a hard-coded string?? The only explanation I think of is that the literal string used to be a variable and when it became a literal, the person that made the code change didn't strip out the function. Perhaps it was the victim of a global search & replace?



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