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First, thanks to all the people who sent comparison
information in response to my request.
Second, no two submissions were the same. All are
Third, anyone who wants a copy may download the f_n_w.zip
(Mac, Unix users who may want the information in Word and
ascii format, send email here and we'll figure out a way to
ship the 6 files your way).
John Glenn <sfarmh1 -at- scfn -dot- thpl -dot- lib -dot- fl -dot- us>
...do not make a statement that cannot be easily
understood on the grounds that it will be understood