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Has maneshr disappeared?

Posted on 2001-08-15
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maneshr used to answer a huge amount of questions. Now it looks like he has gone without any explanation. Seems a bit strange.
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see your other question
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Hello all,

Glad to be back.

i had taken some time off to relax.

i am just about getting back to my regular EE stuff.

over the next few weeks  i will very gradually start to pick up the thread on the PERL and CGI topic areas.

Rgds,

Manesh
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