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I have thought about the situation, when there are separately used
"namespace" and "class" , they are not in the same program.

Janek
Jul 23 '05 #1
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janek wrote:
I have thought about the situation, when there are separately used
"namespace" and "class" , they are not in the same program.


Hello. Welcome to newsgroups.

As you look at the messages in a newsgroup, you will see that they are
grouped together. These groups are called threads, and generally each
corresponds to a separate conversation.

To add a message to a thread is to post a followup. You do this by
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By following this protocol, the discussion of your
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than if you keep creating new threads for every new post on the same issue.

Stewart.

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