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anyone got an a gmail account with an avaliable invite, please send it
over to J2********@YAHOO.COM ........thanks

Jul 23 '05 #1
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j2020j0908 wrote:
anyone got an a gmail account with an avaliable invite, please send it
over to J2********@YAHOO.COM ........thanks


Tell me why this is relevant to the C++ language and I might help you.
Jul 23 '05 #2

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Hey Mr.Weller, it is I j2020j0908. i will explain how this gmail is
relevant to the c++ language. First and foremost, gmail can be used for
a vast amount of scintillating storage (About 100MB as i have learned).
Gmail is also quite versatile as it is useful. You can create folders
in a way that are quite convenient. And best of all, i can manage my
source code c++ programs hastle-free without worrying about privacy or
mantinence. Is that enough to convince you Mike?

Jul 23 '05 #3

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Hey Mr.Weller, it is I j2020j0908. i will explain how this gmail is
relevant to the c++ language. First and foremost, gmail can be used for
a vast amount of scintillating storage (About 100MB as i have learned).
Gmail is also quite versatile as it is useful. You can create folders
in a way that are quite convenient. And best of all, i can manage my
source code c++ programs hastle-free without worrying about privacy or
mantinence. Is that enough to convince you Mike?

Jul 23 '05 #4

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j2020j0908 wrote:

Hey Mr.Weller, it is I j2020j0908. i will explain how this gmail is
relevant to the c++ language. First and foremost, gmail can be used for
a vast amount of scintillating storage (About 100MB as i have learned).
Gmail is also quite versatile as it is useful. You can create folders
in a way that are quite convenient. And best of all, i can manage my
source code c++ programs hastle-free without worrying about privacy or
mantinence. Is that enough to convince you Mike?


No

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kb******@gascad.at
Jul 23 '05 #5

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