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jeffreygg
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Eighteen
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Heh. Wink
If you are counting potential user bases, then my potential user population (web based) is a little over 4 million....(all active or retired Army, National Guard, or Reserve members enlisted after January 1, 1977). Laugh


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stoneyowl wrote:
Heh. Wink
If you are counting potential user bases, then my potential user population (web based) is a little over 4 million....(all active or retired Army, National Guard, or Reserve members enlisted after January 1, 1977). Laugh


Then I should count potential indirect revenue generation... Wink
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stoneyowl wrote:
Heh. Wink
If you are counting potential user bases, then my potential user population (web based) is a little over 4 million....(all active or retired Army, National Guard, or Reserve members enlisted after January 1, 1977). Laugh


Ah! in the UK, RAF, RN and Army have a web and C/S LLBLGen Powered application Laugh


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swallace wrote:
Number nine...


Number nine.... number nine.... number nine... (turn me on, dead-man... turn me on dead-man).

Does anyone recognize that?

Jeff
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Jeff M wrote:
swallace wrote:
Number nine...


Number nine.... number nine.... number nine... (turn me on, dead-man... turn me on dead-man).

Does anyone recognize that?

Jeff

Sure, that's why I wrote it that way. I am the walrus! Kookookachoo!


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If this is going to really keep going.....19
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swallace wrote:
Jeff M wrote:
swallace wrote:
Number nine...


Number nine.... number nine.... number nine... (turn me on, dead-man... turn me on dead-man).

Does anyone recognize that?

Jeff

Sure, that's why I wrote it that way. I am the walrus! Kookookachoo!


Your age is showing Regular Smiley (and mine too, I guess)

Jeff


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Do I hear TWENTY ?
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20.

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23, anyone?
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23

AND

24


I had previous employeer purchase it too Regular Smiley


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Skeeterbug wrote:
23

AND

24


I had previous employeer purchase it too Regular Smiley


That counts? We have a number of people here who are now using it. We need to be more clear about the rules in this thread, especially now that there are large cash prized involved. Regular Smiley
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Oh if previous employer purchase count then
25

and

26


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oh yeah ..previous employer...

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Walaa wrote:
oh yeah ..previous employer...

27


Ok, if this is how it's going to be . . .

I already counted myself. We only have one other person using 2.0 so far, so that makes 28.

So for V1, counting clients and people who have used the generated code (not just the designer), I put the number at 10 (that's conservative).

So we are at 38.


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So for V1, counting clients and people who have used the generated code


I think we should only count those who are using the designer Regular Smiley

Gentlemen, what do you think ?
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So for V1, counting clients and people who have used the generated code


I think we should only count those who are using the designer Regular Smiley

Gentlemen, what do you think ?


Ok, I'll put the number at 5 then (not counting myself and the other 2.0 user).

So we are back to 33.


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Then I guess I'm 34. Funny, I don't look 34. Shocked
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Then I guess I'm 34. Funny, I don't look 34. Shocked


-"Funny, she doesn't look druish."

What's that from?

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Fishy wrote:
Then I guess I'm 34. Funny, I don't look 34. Shocked


I can account for 8... so....

42

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Gentlemen, what do you think ?


We could speed up this thread by counting the number of feminine
users... are there any ??

Frans what does your customer records say?
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Do you want to count feminine users or female users? The count might not come out the same!
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