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Pointer to a 500 point question. 1000 in total. Please read.

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If an answer is given, make sure you comment on this question. then i can award you the full 1000 points :)

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The maximum points for a single question is 500, which means you can't post another EE question and state 'I have 1,000 to give you'.
http://www.experts-exchange.com/help.jsp#hi4

Nice try.

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Sorry jimhorn... didn't know you couldnt do that. i was only trying to get my question visible in more than one area. Is there a 'legit' way to achieve this?
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