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Here the points
Regards.
Andrea:-)
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by:Motaz
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Thanks, but why for?

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by:borgo
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Hi Motaz
It's for the 300 point question about DBASE4.

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Motaz earned 100 total points
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OK, thanks

Motaz
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by:Motaz
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Hey, where is my points? :-)
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by:borgo
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Hi Motaz
I  hope to see another answer of yours, to one of my questions, here on Expert Exchange.

Have a nice day.

Andrea
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by:Motaz
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Thanks, good luck to you.
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