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Hi Norbert. Thanks for your explanation about pointers. I would like to give you some point(er)s too. If you answer this "question", I'll give you some points too. (I only have 5 left at the moment, so have a few days patience,please.)
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Hi Mellissa,
thank you for the points but it is not neccessary to waste your points. I only want to make clear what your mistake was.
I am sure that you could figure out the difference between your program and the runing version. jkrautner was a little bit faster.

If you want to give me points ask linda doing so.
As I know she is able to do that.
So you can save your points for questions that you have in future .
Don't pay for solutions you already have.
jkrautner I think fixed the problem.
I have explained why it was a problem.
I am happy if my comment was so good that you will give me points for that but again ask linda and save your points
I am answering here because it is a verry good possibility to get answers to my questions and therefore I am not looking to points.
I hope that if I have a problem that I can't fix I will find here someone who has already fixed it or can point(er) :-) me to the right direction.
Of course I am happy if I get points but I also would answer if I would not earn points and I think most experts do the same.

Think Olympic: To be there is all
(I don't know the right translation in german it is "Dabei sein ist alles")
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Hi Norbert. That's a nice attitude you have. But now we have a somewhat ironical situation. If I agree to your answer, I agree with you that I don't have to give you points. But then you'll get the points. On the other hands, If I reject your answer, I want you to have the points, but you won't get any points at all...
How would you solve this?


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>>How would you solve this?
As I said: Ask linda for the points you want to give me
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Where can I find a question of Linda? (Otherwise I have to post another new question, which actually isn't a C++ question).
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Ask a question on
http://www.experts-exchange.com/topics/experts-exchange/
you can give 0 points so you do not waste your points
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