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I don't know, but I did want to comment that I like how you think about the balance sheet. You often see folks take out the cash and give ex-cash multiples. I think the way you laid it out is better. That is, the cash gives: (1) strong balance sheet; and (2) buyback tailwinds. You get the results of that.
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