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points for Workshop_Alex

Hi Workshop_Alex,

You've won the bet in http://www.experts-exchange.com/Programming/Programming_Languages/Delphi/Q_21148946.html so here are the points you deserve :-)

Regards, Geo
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geobulAuthor Commented:
Hi meikl,

I see your point.

>a solution cannot exceed 500 pts
Is it possible this question points to be increased to 450 ? The whole question won't exceed 500 p. in this case.

>questioner is another than in the pointed q
What is the problem here? I promised extra points for that question, not the original questioneer. If this is not allowed what would you suggest instead?

Please, help :-)

Regards, Geo
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geobulAuthor Commented:
Thanks meikl. Points raised to 450.
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Wim ten BrinkSelf-employed developerCommented:
Thanks, Geo... But are your really sure you lost our bet? Because girlswants_me never said how he defined the "currency" field in his DBase table... :-)
It is funny, though. In the table he creates, the "currency" field is not created, yet he uses it in his code example.

In my opinion, it is still not clear if I was right or not, but it does seem that way. :-)
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geobulAuthor Commented:
Alex, girlswants_me accepted my code for creating a table and said it was working well. I can't fully understand what he's talking about after that ;-)
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Wim ten BrinkSelf-employed developerCommented:
Well, thanks anyway for the points. A few more bets like this and I'll score more than kretzschmar. :-) Do you want to lose some more bets, btw? ;-)
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geobulAuthor Commented:
I hope not to lose all of them :-)
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