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thanks for your help with http://www.experts-exchange.com/jsp/qShow.jsp?ta=cplusprog&qid=10262585   - the BC++ Release without DLL question
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If you insist I will gladly accept this!

I personally do not like questions like this hanging around in the PAQ list as it makes it more troublesome to find a PAQ you are looking for and I believe that there is more to life than EE points.

Thanks anyway
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yes, I see your point & feel the same way. Perhaps we should make a suggestion in the support forum?

In the meantime - just to spite you - here are the points. Thanks again.
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You will still have to accept the answer though or it will just hang around as locked...

 ;^)
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hmm. Good point.
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