Re: LZ77 LZ78 article
Hello, I know absolutely nothing about the subject of this article. I only did a history merge on it in August 2009. By the way, it is generally considered bad form to blank your user talk page; archiving is the preferred method of cleaning out old messages, but having a talk page archive for just one message is a bit ridiculous. Therefore, would you mind restoring the old message on your talk page? Graham87 03:01, 14 May 2011 (UTC)
- I don't post at wiki very often. If I remember correctly, my discussion page got corrupted (at least it wasn't working with Internet Explorer 8 at the time) and I couldn't figure out how to repair it other than to start a new one. There was only one message and response with someone named crowsnest which is still in my history. Rcgldr (talk) 02:22, 15 May 2011 (UTC)
Merge sort c vs garbage collected
I'm not sure how it works, but I'm just letting you know that I answered to your feedback to the c->c# change on my talk page.
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