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From:Tobias Rischer Date:April 25 1999 9:21pm
Subject:Re: SET and ENUM (2)
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Oh, I forgot:

I think you got it wrong when you use SET ('y', 'n'), but I don't have
time to look it up right now.  I think what you want is ENUM.

ENUM means "has to be one of", while SET means "each of these are
features that can be on or off independently".

But I'm speaking from general background / memory, check with the manual
before you buy or sell this :-)

	Tobias

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