point and grade for ryancsys

Posted on 2002-03-19
Last Modified: 2010-05-02
post a comment please...
note that this point is for ryancys only...

Question by:Ege
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LVL 50

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by:Ryan Chong
ID: 6879337
Thanks, but this well cause you another 50 pts.
LVL 50

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Ryan Chong earned 0 total points
ID: 6879362

> Thanks, but this well cause you another 50 pts.
Thanks, but this will cost you another 50 pts.

Author Comment

ID: 6879385
I know... It doesn't matter...
It 's my fault, and 50pts required to correct it! :))
LVL 50

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by:Ryan Chong
ID: 6879407
Thanks :)

Expert Comment

ID: 6879800
The corrections have all been made, the original question was corrected to change the C grade to an A, which then flowed the expert points intended.  Thanks to ryancys request to us in Community Support, I have made that correction as well as refunding to you the 50 points for this question.

Thanks to you both.

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