this would be ideal if these could be put on some sort of media or on and ftp site for the engineers to get to. However, the people who will use this will be sales-engineers who are not always garunteed access to the outside world in the environments they work in and many times find the client unwilling to mount anything but specified disks with the company logo and all.
basically, the reason i wanted "one-liners" was so they could be commited to memory or even carried around on a palm or index card with ease. This way there is no network or hardware access issues that could hamper them.
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