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A month ago, I fought an issue and figured out a solution. Now after I rebuilt a web reference in my project, the issue came back (my fix for it doesn't work now). After googling for an answer, I came across a posting in QA for the same problem. Awesome! I check the only solution posted for it: me, posting my old fix that does not work for my own project anymore! What happened!?!?
Funny thing though, I'm converting some code from VB to C (The old ANSI C) for an Arm processor (I hate strongly dislike IAR) and stumbled across a bit of code that was put in in as stop gap to prevent an error from happening. They were just stuffing a valid value in, I removed it and ended up spending a couple days trying find the damned error. It turned out to be an inverted ratio being passed when the odd combination of variables occurred.
You've entered the WebService Paradox Loop, similar to the Time Paradox Loop. You've been here before and there's no getting out until someone else chances along to knock you out.
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