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Oh, I completely forgot. The

Oh, I completely forgot. The whole storing stuff in a string to spit it out when you're done makes scripting language designers cry. If you absolutely must have this, for headers or whatever, use output buffering. Never invent your own buffering, the string reallocations can kill your speed.



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