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Richard MacCutchan28-Oct-09 4:43
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codedgn wrote:
If you don't have solution for the question, PLEASE DON'T REPLY.


FWIW I was giving advice, there is no solution to the OP's question.

As someone who only joined the Code Project today, I don't think your opinion on this subject has any merit. May I suggest you read the guidelines[^], and then spend a few months reading some of the questions and answers, before telling others what to do.
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