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Re: Two records with the same record number?
Posted by: Bob Strock Date: February 09, 2000 at 20:17:52
In Reply to: Two records with the same record number? by C. S. Burrus of 11492

C.S.

Take one of the dup numbers and change it to something like a 10,000 higher. This will then let you do what you want. This number then can be changed again to the next higher in the chain you are using.

Bob Strock


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