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Thanks for taking the time Randall -- it certainly doesn't hurt to have reference threads around such as this.

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Actually i try to do the same thing, keep track of certain types of script requests... but that was quite an effort Randallc... nice job

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do you have the answer to... ( or is there an answer )

your signature??

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do you have the answer to... ( or is there an answer )

your signature??

Haha, I'm not aware of one. I believe you'll have to ask Kurt. :P

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I thought about putting this one on mine.... but

Bad boys rape our young girls, but violet gives willingly

Varience G5% S10%

and yes there is an answer

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nobody???

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Hi,

this recursive request is so frequent, I may make a list here and link to it!

[snip: List of Urls]

I'm sure there are others;

Maybe others can contribute to the list of recursive directory scripts which could be modified for this sort of purpose?

Best, Randall

Thanks Randall, plenty for me to look at here! :)

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I thought about putting this one on mine.... but

Bad boys rape our young girls, but violet gives willingly

Varience G5% S10%

and yes there is an answer

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Heh...extrememly late reply but I saw no one had replied plus it will get this original topic back up top where someone may find some use in it.

Its been a while since my electronics days but I believe it relates to the color scheme and percentage variances for resistor values. I had to look on the internet to find what the second G was.

Black, brown, red, orange, yellog, green, blue, violet, gray, white. G5% and S10% are the percentage variants of -+ the figured value. Each color corresponds to a number from starting with Black 0 going to white 9.

This link on the inet also had another mnemonic I hadn't heard of but includes the N for a 'None' color giving a 20% variant.

http://www.everything2.com/index.pl?node_id=407412

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