Moreover, it's substantially more than the percentage that appear to be
using "x=", but we're not considering removing that here.
I suspect I'm not the only person who'd be thilled if we got rid of x=,
since it's yet another unverifiable assertion, but I figure we're draining
one swamp at a time.
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