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For your help with questions:
100 pts http://www.experts-exchange.com/cplusprog/Q.20274363.html
125 pts http://www.experts-exchange.com/cplusprog/Q.20280275.html 

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jkr earned 225 total points
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Thank you!
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It's my pleasure. Good job!

BTW: I saw your name in the EAB. That was a good choice to get you in that board. Together with Dan Rollins the C++ area is really strong now. Congratulations!

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Thanks :o)

Little corection - you should make your signature read

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regarding the time in which you took griessh's load :o)
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Good learning experience. Moondancer and Netminder are really good in handing that burden over to me :-)

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