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Thanks for your help with my class/collection question
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Thanks,
       Glad to have been of help

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Dont mean to pester, but any chance of accepting this question.

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Is There anybody Home!!
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Hello all,

I am accepting the proposed answer since the poster appear to have abandoned this question.

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