This is a great example of how you can take knowledge from all sorts of things you might repeat quite a bit and wrap it up into a function. Just remember to apply balance so that you aren’t needlessly creating functions but rather create them for common things that do deliver on reducing your coding, increasing consistency and often making things more readable.
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A quick tip to show you how to access a handy feature, where within XPLAN, the user can access syntax and documentation, see examples, even test syntax and download templates of all the standard outputs for WealthSolver.