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Debugging problem. operator+=(const char rhs) crashes.

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Thank you nietod.
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well--we're learning.

Another point is that who gets the points is up to you.  If you really feel Trestan earned the points that's okay.  But it should be you who makes that choice--Not Trestan or any other expert.
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