One function calling another defined in the same file being exec'd

Mitchell L Model MLMDev at
Fri Jan 8 00:34:57 CET 2010

I forgot to offer one answer for question [3] in what I just posted: I  
can define all the secondary functions inside one main one and just  
call the main one. That provides a separate local scope within the  
main function, with the secondary functions defined inside it when  
(each time) the main function is called. Not too bad, but will freak  
out my users and it doesn't seem as if it should be necessary to  
resort to this.

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