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Posted on 1998-10-16
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here are your points for the table type question of mine.
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Thanks.  You may want to post a short comment all in CAPS to the end of the question saying that no furtner answer will be accepted.  The last few months there have been "experts" who have been answering the lingering unanswered questions with bogus answers, just in hopes that the client will accept them or ignore them until they are autograded.
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I realize that but thanks! I'll have it deleted straight away...
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