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   Title: "Whats the diff. between .htm and .html"
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Thanks.

Martin
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Thanks for the alert :-)
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The mail I got said "linda also left a comment aLong with his answer."

Shouldn't it be "linda also left a comment along with his/her answer."?

Martin
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by:linda101698
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Yep!  The programming staff has already been alerted.  I think I'll send your comment again just as a reminder.


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