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Old 01-16-2014, 10:21 PM   #91
santosh0782
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no Friend,I apologise. actually, you took it other way, i was just stuck with date conversion , was expecting help to get the proper date, so i asked you.
also, i informed my colleagues that i'll do one task at a time so that there would not be overload, they also realised that.. so will not happen again.

I apologise, if i hurt you by any way.

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