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Didn't even realize you were referencing 3e, which I didn't even realize existed -- just noticed today this came out only a few months ago. They indicated that the lead author had passed away in the intervening 10 years since 2e.
Got it in ebook. Looks like a great resource. Thanks again.
On Sunday, October 19, 2014 8:48 PM, Stuart Burnfield wrote:
> Therefore: Does anyone know of any good resources for learning this