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Here are your points for your help on CString derived class. Thanks.
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RONSLOW earned 30 total points
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Thanks you kindly :-)
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It pains me to see experts bickering over points...What exactly are 30 or 50 points worth to an expert?
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Oh .. about 30 or 50 points :-)

I didn't bicker over points .. but over ensuring you have the best answer

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