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Would like to find a book about debugging and error checking though.

Mike, these points are yours, thanks for your help...
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Have a look at Debugging Applications by John Robbins - It is practically the whole of the Bugslayer articles in one concise package. Well worth having as it replaces numerous copies of MSJ.
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Thank you.

..B ekiM
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Thanks for the booktitle...
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