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That was for your previously send camel structure,wasn't it bullcrap??After sending a camel still you think you did the right thing ,then i can't help.I have not taken any responsibility to sciety.hope this time i won't get any irrelevent msg.

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Thank you very much.The above problem is solved now.I admit the fact the stupid technology got me.I don't know who send me that camel structure but i am very much disheartend by your replies.I am deleting my account from this site.But this should not happen.If i am requesting someone to send the script then those people who, don't have any interest in my problem and thinks that the deal is risky,should not forward me a reply.Because this is a serious discussion.Those who are not willing to behave that professionally should send reply

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