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Posted on 2004-09-20
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I want to award 100 points to jkr for trying to help me. Though he did not understand(may be due to me not asking clearly!!) what I really asked but I appreciate his help. Thanks jkr.
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You'll find that you can't decrease points. Hit the help menu and you'll find out how to go about getting a refund for a question. Then increase the point value of this question to 100 and wait for jkr to say hello and accept his hello to award him the 100 points.

In the interim, you should put a message in http:/Q_21076105.html to let them know that's what you are doing, otherwise they'll award jkr the full 500 points... and the rest of the C++ experts will *never* catch up with him ;-)
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jkr earned 20 total points
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Thank you - how could I have missed this one? :o)
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