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What does it mean when "objects depend on me" vs. "objects that I depend on"
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Jim Dettman (EE MVE)

8/22/2022 - Mon
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You don't have to consider my post for any points as Jim has answered the question directly...

I just posted examples
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The examples really highlighted the concepts.  Thanks.
Jeffrey Coachman

but again, you could have given Jim the "Accepted" answer designation...
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Jim Dettman (EE MVE)

<<but again, you could have given Jim the "Accepted" answer designation... >>

 I disagree and this is something I'm always trying  to get across to new experts.  

 Yes, a comment may be dead on, but by being short and sweet, it may not make sense to the poster.   While on the other hand a comment that offers a bit more may make all the difference in the world, which is exactly what happened here.

  Yes I was first to the gate, but you gave a better comment.  Being first doesn't always mean you should get the accepted solution.

Jim.
Jeffrey Coachman

LOL

Jim, I only offer as a courtesy.
You are more than gracious regarding these issues.

I have seen too many fights over who gave the Fist/Best answer.

For example:
The: "All the info is in this link" answer, versus the expert who posts the exact steps
(the info in both is essentially the same)

The OP like the step by step post.
The "Link" experts then argues that the same info was in the link that they posted "first".

My opinion is that if the First Expert posts the "solution"
...and I post an "enhanced" solution, I really don't care if I get the points or not.

I'm almost at almost 10M points now, so absolutely no need to be greedy.
So I am pretty far up maslow's "hierarchy of needs" pyramid.

I cannot begin to state how much I have learned from you over the years, so just take it as a sign of respect.
;-)

Jeff
Jim Dettman (EE MVE)

<<I'm almost at almost 10M points now, so absolutely no need to be greedy.>>

 WOW, you've been busy!<g>

<<I cannot begin to state how much I have learned from you over the years, so just take it as a sign of respect>>

  Appreciate and likewise.

Jim.
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