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:zz: OO

This may have been I.  I have lots of thoughts
 on the matter, but I think they better not stand in the way
 of your excellent work !-)


At 03:36 PM 11/12/98 +1100, you wrote:
>SOMEBODY (mjd?) was commenting on the OOifying and criticizing how I'd
>done bits of it a few weeks ago ... I'm about to pick it up and start
>fixing stuff, but I can't remember the specifics of what was
>criticized.  Can anybody help here, or shall I just make it up?
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