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Old 8th June 2012, 06:59 PM   #11
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You people hopefully do realize this is a necro'd thread? Posts #1..3 are 2 years old...
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............Doesn't matter. People still can learn from it.
That's why many of us are here.
It's also why the search facility has been provided.

Juma,
I'm inclined to agree your observation that Id vs Idss is very relevant.
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... I'm inclined to agree your observation ...
Hmmm... I must be wrong this time
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