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    Stats

    Are here

    Note that the chinese characters displaying are dependant on your browser (thet do appear just fine on mine)

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    Cool! Thanks for adding them.

    Any chance you'll add Pi Segment to our sigs?

    Edo
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    yup,

    today I'll be adding them. Just got to finish off some other stats which I've neglected for a long time....

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    Great! Thanks a lot!
    =@=

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    I see PiSeg in the statstool now but I put in my username and it didn't pull anything up. Does the stats go by a user number or something else other than the name? Trying to figure out what to put in it...

    Thanks,
    -Jeff
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    Go to your userpage int the stats and see what is after name= in the url.....

    That's what is always used

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    Heh, that would be the SMART thing to do. :-p

    I never look at that line ever. I will now.

    [EDIT] P.S. that is one weird string that gets used to identify us for this project [/EDIT]
    Distributed Hold'em


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    I believe it's a hash of your username/email/whatever.

    Apparently secure though I checked before using...

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    Quote Originally Posted by CaptainMooseInc
    P.S. that is one weird string that gets used to identify us for this project [/EDIT]
    It is a GUID (also known as a UUID) - globally unique ID. Commonly created and used as database primary keys, session ids, etc.

    More on them here:

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Guid

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