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Thanks for your comments to my question 'D3 compiler options'.
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Gwena earned 100 total points
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Thak you very very much frog :-)

You did not need to give me any points though
you can accept this comment as an answer
OR you can delete this Q and save your 50 points
I will be happy in either case... :-)

bye bye :-)
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Then you'll be even happier with a few more.
Go on take them, I've reached a point in life where I've realised that there's more to life than hoarding my EE points.


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:-)

Ok.. you have forced them on me so I will take them ...
Thanks again!
:-)
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