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For your contribution to http://www.experts-exchange.com/perl/Q_20234353.html

Thanks!

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I always have future readers of PAQs in mind, not point grabbing ;-)
(still hope that I may use this PAQ database in future ..)

Thanks, anyway.
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I use it all the time... so you deserve the points.

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