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ROTFLWE

(Rolling on the floor laughing without end   :D  :D  :D

BHWAhahahahahaaahooohaaa

That's brilliant ! That did it !

THANK's a lot !
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I did enjoy your answer so much that I almost forgot to grade it.

So again, kruemelmo
Hope to see you again
& thanks a lot for your help.
It really is a lot of fun & to have
you here at EE.
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