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John, please answer this question!

Regards,
Viktor Ivanov
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No, I won't! ;-)

/// John
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by:viktornet
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Well, then it will stay here until you answer.....

I've been trying to do this one for about two days, in ASM, and couldn't get it to work, so please answer this question so I can give you the credit you deserve.........

Regards,
Viktor Ivanov
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erajoj earned 30 total points
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Do you mean you're forcing the point on me?
Then I will take 'em. Just to keep you happy. :-)))

Thanks! It wasn't needed, but thanks anyway.

/// John
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