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Console Application Vs. Application

This for your response for the above question.

As DrDelphi first responded for this question I am giving full points to him.w

Please excuse me for giving less points. I value all of your responses equally.
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jbodom earned 25 total points
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sivaramy,

I'm gonna ask that you keep the points and I'm gonna say I hope that what I put in the original thread helped you out.

I'm trying to put myself in your spot to see what I'd want someone like me to do.  So, this is the reason I'm doing this.

Thanks for doing the right thing to offer the points to everyone.

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Jbodom,

Thanks for your help & kindness. But I think it is our duty to honour those people who helped us.

Thanks again.

Sivaram Y
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