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# Posted on: 12-Jul-2006 08:31:58.  
This is a site I created in record time with LLBLGen pro, it was something I simply wanted to try and by using Telerik grids and LLBLGen to bind the grid directly to an entity collection, the binding was extremely easy..... senarios of...

object.foreignkeyobject.property

worked flawlessly with the Telerik grid. I have zero tsql in my C# code now. Hurray!

The Internet Pinball Serial Number Database
http://www.ipsnd.net

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# Posted on: 12-Jul-2006 09:05:41.  
It's always nice to hear how LLBLGen Pro can help people be more productive

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# Posted on: 12-Jul-2006 09:54:23.  
Interesting site Regular Smiley I never knew people were collecting these serial numbers Regular Smiley Why would anyone collect them, is that something like "I played on that machine!" ? Or are all pinball machines unique?
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# Posted on: 13-Jul-2006 00:12:29.  
Well Flipper games are pretty collectible these days as there is only one manufacturer left. Each game has a unique number specific to that model. Generally, manufacturers simply had a single numbering scheme for all their games for example...

Game B Serials 099990-100000
Game A Serials 100001-102500
Game C Serials 102501-102654
Game B Serials 102655-103155
Game C Serials 103156-104567

So, from this you can see that Serials of 099990-100000 for Game B were 'Sample'/Pre-production games while serials 102655-103155 for Game B were the main production run. Generally, production runs were confidential as well which makes ascertaining the rarity of a game somewhat relative. By looking at the lowest and highest consecutive serial numbers, you can start to narrow down production runs as well.

this is also a way to 'match up' seperated parts from a game since in newer games, the head and body each had the same serial number as well as all the circuit boards, so there is a chance that if you are missing parts with your matching serial number, you may be able to find them and trade/purchase them from someone who has registered them on the site.

Experimental... yet fun. :-) :-)


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# Posted on: 13-Jul-2006 09:33:20.  
Fascinating! Regular Smiley I just thought it would be something similar like plain spotters, but it's actually of real value (finding parts to replace broken parts) Regular Smiley Cool Regular Smiley
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