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For all who are interested, this is the programm output as of now. Interesting how things change and yet insist on remaining the same...
Node Name XP 979 vroom 1006148 9073 merlyn 40117 17000 Ovid 38155 26179 tilly 34356 169744 Abigail-II 28753 171588 BrowserUk 25175 182681 sauoq 13164 186362 adrianh 12301 211692 pg 11818 272239 liz 8006 281137 davido 5560 287641 Roger 4647 299049 ysth 2180 300037 Roy Johnson 742 302301 jweed 659 306922 !1 550 310438 Sandy 301 315586 stvn 277 315792 oha 131 317318 ctp 109 318241 87C751 65 318627 jcavanaugh 33 318886 Alexx 4 319018 chuckles 2
And I made the list! *giggle*


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