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Thank you for your help with q.20272724

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Thanks.  It's true that I did not give the specific details on how to do what you wanted.  But I felt that I pointed you in the right direction.  If I'd had more time, I'd have worked up some sample code (it's a pain going between two languages, as you well know :).

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