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Arlen -dot- P -dot- Walker -at- JCI -dot- COM was recently heard to say:
> > Anyone seen the documentation for Meccano's Erector sets? Very
> > technical, very clear and concise, absolutely language-free.
> And filled with errors. It consistently gives plans for things to build with
> a particular set which you cannot, because the required parts are *not* in
> the set, and it's plain they are not *supposed* to be in the set, because
> the same instructions give an inventory for the set which doesn't include
> the parts.
That hasn't been our experience, but we're still working on the
Bill Jenkins bjenkins -at- iadfw -dot- net
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