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re: #3... you can also remove items at will. If you look at the counters and find option C is consistently the lowest performer, then you can remove it from the code and remove the counter. It doesn't mean cruft needs to pile up.



But how do you know when you can do that? Particularly with the slower convergence issue, and the potential presence of confounding factors like #2?




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