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Dear Mr. Pandey... One more thing is that u urself can see instead of getting positive votes on your write-up in nutshell you got negative votes.. (-17 and +6) inspite of a very nice reply just because of one trivial carelessness..Infact I can see that you tried to put your things in codes from your post but perhabs did not bother to look on site how to for rechecking in case of doubt...So u yourself loose points apart form causing inconvienieance to others...As far as mentioning you sources is concerned..(as there is a comment for that) yes it is good to mention if u want it but anyway everybody learns things from some-where and it is always not possible to mention all the sources (as the similar answer to your question was given by me earlier) So I don't mind u not mentioning my names etc... That is perfectly o.k....Any way hapy perling...:-mrt

In reply to RE: RE: Re: Is there a way to read a file backwards? by mrt
in thread Is there a way to read a file backwards? by gaggio

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