My 5 cents: It's not a shame to misunderstand something. Some of my answers here are incorrect, but still, they have value. The only thing that I want to make sure then is that when people stumble over the erroneous answer is that they see, that the advice is incorrect, especially if there are follow-up messages in the pipeline.
The correct reaction would be to post a final answer that you are sorry and that it was a misunderstanding on your side, if it was.
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