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I suppose you are right about some sort of "standard" link as a reply. The questions about returning some ordinal member row of a table when no ordering exists are fairly frequent.

quote:I think this has taken a lot of time out of you jeff, already
Don't worry about my time. Some seem to think I have too much of it anyway. :D

In any case, I find amusing the posters who say, "Just give me the answer, dammit - I have no time or interest in how you derived it." When I went to school, "Show your work" was more important than the answer itself. I guess nowadays that no longer holds true...

Jeff Mason

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