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Thank you all and best wishes for coming year

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I just want to say thanks to all of you - sometimes - amazingly
knowledgeable guys. For me, it all started as a hobby, but along the
way I have managed to write some decent applications, which I would
never, and I repeat NEVER, EVER have been able to develop without the
assistance of a bunch of you hard-core professionals that not only
know an awful lot, but fortunately like to share thier skills with
others.
IŽ ve only posted two questions myself, but found answers to tens of
problems I encountered by doing a search. The amount of information
gathered in this newsgroup is incomparable to any other source of
information available, every imaginable questions has been asked and
if possible, resolved.
And all this in a usually friendly and patient fashion, this group has
style and definetly brings out the best of the internet.

Once again, thanks, and keep the good work up in the new year!

Joost
Nov 12 '05 #1
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am**********@yahoo.com (Joost) wrote in news:3b9ecdbc.0401010819.4d78ed08
@posting.google.com:
And all this in a usually friendly and patient fashion


Well, my News Year's Resolution is to be well-behaved in CDMA, so I'll just
note that David and Larry are the most patient-like of all.

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Lyle
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Nov 12 '05 #2

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rkc

"Lyle Fairfield" <Mi************@Invalid.Com> wrote in message
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am**********@yahoo.com (Joost) wrote in news:3b9ecdbc.0401010819.4d78ed08
@posting.google.com:
And all this in a usually friendly and patient fashion


Well, my News Year's Resolution is to be well-behaved in CDMA,


Why the hell would you want to do that?

Forget that. Come up with something else.
Nov 12 '05 #3

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"Lyle Fairfield" wrote
Well, my News Year's Resolution is to
be well-behaved in CDMA, so I'll just
note that David and Larry are the most
patient-like of all.


And a Happy New Year to you, Lyle.

Larry Linson
Nov 12 '05 #4

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Mi************@Invalid.Com (Lyle Fairfield) wrote in
<Xn******************@130.133.1.4>:
am**********@yahoo.com (Joost) wrote in
news:3b9ecdbc.0401010819.4d78ed08 @posting.google.com:
And all this in a usually friendly and patient fashion


Well, my News Year's Resolution is to be well-behaved in CDMA, so
I'll just note that David and Larry are the most patient-like of
all.


Mental patient? :)

--
David W. Fenton http://www.bway.net/~dfenton
dfenton at bway dot net http://www.bway.net/~dfassoc
Nov 12 '05 #5

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A Big AMEN to that Joost!

Happy New Year

am**********@yahoo.com (Joost) wrote:
I just want to say thanks to all of you - sometimes - amazingly
knowledgeable guys. For me, it all started as a hobby, but along the
way I have managed to write some decent applications, which I would
never, and I repeat NEVER, EVER have been able to develop without the
assistance of a bunch of you hard-core professionals that not only
know an awful lot, but fortunately like to share thier skills with
others.
IŽ ve only posted two questions myself, but found answers to tens of
problems I encountered by doing a search. The amount of information
gathered in this newsgroup is incomparable to any other source of
information available, every imaginable questions has been asked and
if possible, resolved.
And all this in a usually friendly and patient fashion, this group has
style and definetly brings out the best of the internet.

Once again, thanks, and keep the good work up in the new year!

Joost


Nov 12 '05 #6

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dX********@bway.net.invalid (David W. Fenton) wrote:
And all this in a usually friendly and patient fashion


Well, my News Year's Resolution is to be well-behaved in CDMA, so
I'll just note that David and Larry are the most patient-like of
all.


Mental patient? :)


<chuckle> <Looking around wildly with arms encased in a strait jacket typing with
his tongue and nose.>

Tony
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read the entire thread of messages.
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Nov 12 '05 #7

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