RE: Features of a well-written procedure

Subject: RE: Features of a well-written procedure
From: Alan -dot- Miller -at- prometric -dot- com
To: "TECHWR-L" <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com>
Date: Mon, 18 Dec 2000 16:08:55 -0500

So, the question was? :-{)

Wondered how long before the thread took this turn... and who would bring
it up first.

Al Miller

>From Becca Price, came:

--- "Carnall, Jane" <Jane -dot- Carnall -at- compaq -dot- com> wrote:
> 40 = ((7-1)*7)-2
> Obvious when you think about it... <g>

and *everyone* knows that 42 is the answer to Life, The
Universe, and Everything (unless you're a heritic who believes
that The Answer is 46)



Becca Price
beccap -at- rust -dot- net (primary address)

There's no such thing as useless information, only information for which
you haven't found a use yet.

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