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Thread: Static Methods Problem

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    Default [SOLVED]Static Methods Problem

    Nvm solved
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    Default Re: Static Methods Problem

    Please do not delete your post, whether or not you have solved it - this defeats the purpose of the forums. Rather, if you solved it, why not post what solved the problem so that perhaps it may help someone else with a similar problem?

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