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I'm looking for the MsDev4.1 bindscrb sample code. Anybody have it conveniently archived?
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I have it here, I can email it to you.
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Hey you rock man, my email's blackbox@bbox.com.

Thanks loads,
Jim
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Oh, could you also send it to jgalasyn@excell.com?

Thanks again,
Jim
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