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Posted on 2003-12-10
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Instead of increasing the points by 100 I guess I tried to decrease it ....lol
At any rate post something here for the extra 100.
Thanks again,
FL
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Question by:FrawgLips
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Dexstar earned 100 total points
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@FrawgLips:

Hehe... Thank you very much for the extra points!  I'm glad you got your answer!

Peace,
Dex*
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http:/Q_20821217.html

Just posting the link to the relevant question for which these points were awarded ... Please make sure that next time you create a "points for" question, post a link to the question where the expert helped you. This is more of a safety measure to prevent point passing at EE.
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@sunnycoder:  Thank you!  It completely slipped passed me.

Peace,
D*
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