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Guennadiy VANIN
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To my calculations, such replacement will save 56 min./day!
Michael Ernest
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Jason Menard
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ROFLMAO!
Dave Vick
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Originally posted by G Vanin:
To my calculations, such replacement will save 56 min./day!

It would only save time for those people that come and post here in this forum. I don't post here so it wouldn't save me anytime.
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Angela Poynton
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First of all ... the most popular forum here is in fact the Programmers Certification Study Forum.
Secondly, all comments about javaranch in General should be posted in the Javaranch forum.
thirdly, This whole site is about Java, this particular forum is for those of use too lazy to go elsewhere to talk about other things. I think putting it at the top of the list would give the wrong impression of our priorities, in fact I don't think it should ever be higher than bottom of the list!
However, thanks for the suggestion


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Jim Yingst
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G - you spend 56 minutes each day just trying to find the Meaningless Drivel forum? You might consider saving a link to the MD forum page if it's that difficult.
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Randall Twede
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actually being last IS a higher priority than my poor forum. it is much easier to scroll all the way down, than to find html and javascript forum


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Guennadiy VANIN
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Randall,
thanks. Your observation saves time.
Jim,
you shall not beleive but I lost MD. For ex., I remembered that there was an interesting link to an article in "Why do they hate us" that I wanted to start reading but I forgot the name of the forum!!! Now, when Randall gave me such a help I would never loose it again!

[This message has been edited by G Vanin (edited November 20, 2001).]
Jason Menard
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Originally posted by G Vanin:

you shall not beleive but I lost MD. For ex., I remembered that there was an interesting link to an article in "Why do they hate us" that I wanted to start reading but I forgot the name of the forum!!! Now, when Randall gave me such a help I would never loose it again!

Yes I can empathize. I had similar problems trying to remember which forums the threads "Oracle 8i question", "Need help with Servlet", and "Any SCJP2 certification study tips?" could be found in. It can happen to any of us.

[This message has been edited by Jason Menard (edited November 21, 2001).]
Angela Poynton
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Ashik Uzzaman
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I agree with Angella!(Doesn't matter if i disagree also )...

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