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vrf Random Text Array

Question asked by paul.fowler on Apr 27, 2006
Latest reply on Apr 27, 2006 by paul.fowler
I need to merge a new program with one written some time ago.  They both share a common name for two different user functions.  I haven't done this before and can't see how to delete or rename functions in the libraries?  Is there another way round the problem?

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