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Posted on 2007-03-21
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Hi,

This is to award you for the answering the original question and the operations came up later.
http://www.experts-exchange.com/Programming/Languages/CPP/Q_22459818.html

ozo: 450 points
PaulCaswell: 50 points (for suggesting to use an int array)

I hope you're both okay with this. :-) Thanks again.
Uni
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Unimatrix_001,

Awarding points in excess of 500 is prohibited by rule and by programming. I have refunded your points here, and have closed this question.

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No no no no!!!!

Thanks very much for giving me notification of this, you're all ready to give 4 days notification when a question has been *abandoned* (how on this green earth somebody can forget about a question is beyond me), but you can't give notification of this!? It quite clearly states that these points are for the original question, and the points that are now in the original question are for something else that has since sprouted up. This is also made quite clear in the original question!
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Firstly I take issue with this:
"but the fact that you have changed the question in midstream isn't cause for allowing an exception."
I haven't at all and the fact you suggest this seems to give me the impression you haven't read the question in the slightest! The issue has arisen out of the question that could quite easily have been a seperate question. The solution that will be accepted won't have much relation to the original question.

"If you felt the questions are worth more than 500 points, then you should have asked two questions."
How could I?? It started off as one question, it's just happened that over the course of the comments that the question HAS been answered, but in the process has morphed into a seperate question.

I've unsubscribed from this particular issue but still continue to participate in the CS topic:
http://www.experts-exchange.com/Community_Support/Suggestions/Q_22462757.html
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