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Points will be rewarded to jamoville because of accidentally incorrectly rewarded points to me :-)

Greetings,
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p.s. Do NOT buy answer to this question ftom PAQ! ;-)
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jamoville earned 20 total points
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Thanks for this.  I appreciate it.
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by:Neutron
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The points are yours anyway :-)

It would be even better if admins would correct the PAQ with your answer, so it would be correctly displayed in your Expert summary (Answered Questions overview) :)

Best redards,
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