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Salut mooms :) !

Merci pour la mise à jour.
De mon côté j'ai eu un gros et soudain problème de santé, aussi désolé de mon absence. J'essaierai de retrouver mon script si je l'ai préservé, mais cela dit je pense que c'est inutile : ton code me paraissait plus propre et clair que le mien ;).


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