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My answer to this question has been deleted.

This is a very relevant question (with 2 upvotes) and my answer specifically addressed what was asked and I provided a working solution. I suppose that's the reason it was upvoted.

However, it's been deleted by a moderator without a reason. Is there anyway I can find out why it was deleted and can it be undeleted?

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Agreed, hopefully done by mistake. – Shadow Wizard Jun 12 '13 at 7:55
The moderator was probably acting on a flag (and I would be curious to know what that flag said). – Frédéric Hamidi Jun 12 '13 at 7:56
up vote 7 down vote accepted

I deleted that answer because it contained a link to a site that has been spammed here a good bit, and I did a url search and wiped many of them. Not all were remotely spam, though, and this one certainly was not. Not sure why I would have mistaken it as such; some such spam posts try to 'look' like legitimate answers, and maybe I missed something as a result.

Anyway, I've restored it, and apologize for the goof!

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Blame the coffee... or the lack of it. Always work! :) – Shadow Wizard Jun 12 '13 at 11:25

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