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1999\09\06@190845 by Bob Drzyzgula

I'm assuming that Paul meant to send this
to the list...

I have to add, though, that I was just thinking
that *his* was an excellent suggestion...


Bob Drzyzgula                             It's not a problem                until something bad happens

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Bob Drzyzgula wrote:

>   Extra garbage will be included to make the character count a
> multiple of 4.  The body is terminated by a line with a count of zero.
> This line consists of one ASCII space.

 NOT germaine to the topic in hand, but one little problem with
UUEncode in messages and cutting and pasting is that it may contain
trailing blanks which many text editors strip, including that terminator

 For the matter at hand though, an excellent suggestion.  It *is* easy
to implement.  I would suggest a final printable non-blank framing
character for the above reason.  Generates printable, if meaningless
data which you can store in text files.

 And then there's Kermit too...
       Paul B.

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