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This represents part of a split of the original points assigned to my question #10339606.  Remaining points distributed in separate "questions".
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thanks for the points...i'm still curious as to why my solution failed you...it seemed to work fine on my end using the "implode/explode" idea from the center of the form
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i suppose i shouldve posted an answer...i commented out of habit
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For future reference, if you are going to split up points to give to people, dont do it unless you are going to give them a decent grade. Most experts would rather not get anything than get a few points alongside a bad grade.  It's an insult to the effort we put in to try and solve your problem.  If your answer isn't solved, just dont award points, but please, don't feel like you owe anyone anything.
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