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This is to award you some points for your help on the following question:
Converting long to a fixed length string
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by:baileys
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I am using the solution provided by ozo.  Thanks for you help.
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RONSLOW earned 100 total points
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Thank you

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by:ozo
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(If I provided the solution, shouldn't I be awarded some points?:-)
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by:RONSLOW
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I thought you already had the points ?
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by:RONSLOW
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Now I'm confused .. alexo has the proposed answer there .. both ozo and myself provided other methods.

Perhaps ozo will get a "Question for ozo" to get his share of the points also.

Which method was actually a solution for you, and which expert suggested it (ronslow, alexo, ozo or someone else)?

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