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Vaclav_Sal wrote:
I write my stuff in OpenOffice and than copy it to CodeProject so it cannot be formatted properly.
Of course it can be formatted properly, just select all the code and use the code link above the edit window, or manually put a <pre lang="c++"> tag in front of it, and a </pre> tag at the end.
One of these days I'm going to think of a really clever signature.

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