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Here are the points for your help in answering my 2d array question.  Thanks!
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Crius earned 50 total points
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You're welcome. :)

Though, if you go this route, doesn't it cost you an extra 50 question points?

I don't know how community service handles point splits, but it may be better than using up another 50 points.....
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That's ok, I can't get here much lately and my points have built up enough that I'm not using them up too fast.
:)

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