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200p: this source must be converted to delphi (link)

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The rest of us try to be respectful to others.  Free speech may allow me to shout FIRE in a theater, just as you can play games like this here.  However, being a member of society usually means that decent people follow certain decent rules.  

If you have a question, post it.  If you don'e then don't.  You waste everyone else's time because you regard youself as more important that the rest of us.
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aj1, what the hell are you talking about? This is just a reference question.

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