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#5025 10/28/01 01:05 PM
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If possible, would you guys who are using the '02 code either provide a '99 reference, or briefly describe the point of your article. At least for a few weeks until the transition is more uniform.

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Sure, actually most reference would be in comparision.

#5027 10/28/01 06:48 PM
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Redsy,
If we all remember to do the . instead of the - then we'll all know the difference.

I have a - back to my 68' NEC, does anyone , for the sake of NEC trivia, know when the . was last used??
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I second the request!

To IAEI members:

Are they giving code books this year? Do you know any details?

Bill


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1959.

Al


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#5030 10/29/01 02:46 PM
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I certainly like the - vs . deal much more than the SI units vs " & '.
Hey, Paul aren't these called English Units?

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Bill,
I think you can ask customer support here; http://www.iaei.com/
I think it's some sort of 'point' system, dunno....
Al,
1959 !
hmmm
i guess the dot is back in fashion [Linked Image]

#5032 11/04/01 10:05 AM
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Bill,

I called IAEI office last week. The Customer Rep. told me a post card would be sent out before the end of the year. One must be a paying member for at least 3 years to qualify. Fill out the card and pay $5.00 for handling and you will receive a new code book. I haven't received my card yet.

Frank

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hmmm,
been a member since 94', hope i have'nt thrown the card out with the junk mail [Linked Image]

#5034 11/05/01 02:11 AM
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Frank,

Thanks,
I'm a member since '89. I haven't gotten anything yet either. Next week (sat) I'm going to a '02 Changes seminar and will get a book there. (it's part of the package) So maybe I will even apply my points to something else.

Bill


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