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Tahnks sporty,

Thanks for your kind replay.
I think my 'boss' needs someone to complet/review his code.
I agree completely with your wise words: if they wont make me code in aramaic no problem.. time is money and they give money to me.

Now I want to tell you something: the only part of my work that was in C#, made by one collegue, and not made by me in Perl, some days ago become instable with strange errors returned about domain user modification..
In half an hour I have modify one of my scripts to alter the domain user and it runned well:

In two days my poor collegue find that error was A BUG IN THE PATCH OF THE FRAMEWORK !! you know what I means !

cheers from roma Lor*


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