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I will give you mor information asap .
Sorry, I was out of town in recent weeks.
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thienpnquyen,

did u checked my program. it needs to be developed further .

i thought u will give some inputs . so i was waiting for it!
it needs to be written with real time behaviour.
but present code is very simple ..

ok let me know if u have any questions on it!

nice that u are frank in saying ur out of town i like ur frankness.
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theinpnguyn thanks for awarding points!!

let me know abt ur inputs i will include real time behaviour using RTOS and i will send u .
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