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Great links and very helpful.  Thanks for the notes on protocol, too.  Can I give you 100 points?
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Valliappan AN earned 100 total points
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What protocol, I dont get you.

You could put a note on the question you first asked, and mention these links, that you have given points for so and so experts, and that they could get the points from this link.

Cheers.

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You're right.  The "protocol" thing just doesn't make sense.  And I can't remember what I had in mind when I typed up the reply!

Thanks just the same.
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Thanks.
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