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Old January 22nd, 2010, 01:53 AM
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I wonder if bobhsnhp2wfkk4tbck has been following all of this? It is all his fault!

Yes I have actually, with some amusement and surprise. I didn't expect this many replies. Bob Bedell's original advice to display the line numbers worked for me, so all that's followed on this forum concerning line numbers is rather unexpected. I have the 9.0.30729.1 SP version, so if anyone's version matches mine, Bedell's advice should work perfectly! Until next time.

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I was a career mainframe programmer (23 years) and find this new technology more than a little baffling. I'm on Chapter 10 of the book, and at my advanced age, I find myself struggling to capture the essence of C# & OOP as it has absolutely no similarities to COBOL or CICS, or anything else I've done all these years.
It is nice to be a part of a community that can answer questions and in a timely manner in most cases! If you are in the San Francisco Bay Area, let me know. I have a good deal of experience with OOP (15 years) and C# (9 years).

I spent the last 9 years working at NUMMI, in Fremont, California, as a senior programmer. This was the first joint venture between an American car manufacturer (GM) and Japan (Toyota). They are about to close their doors, so I am considering honing my skill set to do some consulting. As an electronics engineer I worked on the LEM/Apollo project, and helped to put men on the moon. I took up programming only to survive! I think it may be time to look into a new career!

Tom





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