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I wasn't defending him nor did I say you were picking on him.

I read his reply and it said "Oh well ... I finally got to use 'eval' ... now that's worth something ;-)" This proves my point #4.

If you can't value a critical note for whatever reason you should refrain from posting open topics (and thus "wasting our time" as you so nicely put it)


"Do or do not, there is no try" -- Yoda

In reply to Re: Re: Re: A corrolary to TMTOWTDI by jorg
in thread A corrolary to TMTOWTDI by petdance

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