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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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mathought earned 100 total points
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thanks sivaramy.
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Mathought,

Thank you very much for accepting my points.

Sivaram. Y

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