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In this specific scenario, yes, you'd probably just have to answer "Y" anyway. You'd really want to think of a checklist like this as a guideline rather than a rule anyway.

(+2 points if you name the reference)

The good thing is that even you fake the 'Y', it's still one more opportunity to think about what you're doing in the heat of battle; instead of just pressing send.

I need one of these on my emails :D

"The code is more what you'd call guidelines than actual rules"

It's nicely relevant to programming as well... I might make a wallpaper with that quote !

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