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this makes no sense to me.

Stan Scholl, P.E.
Laguna Beach, CA

On Wed, 16 Oct 2002 09:38:46 +0800 "Jeng-Wei Li" <jwli(--nospam--at)ms12.hinet.net>
writes:
> Hi 
> Where could I find the structural quantity data base of differental 
> structural systems all over the world. That could be very useful to 
> compare our design to different structural system in different 
> country.
> Thanks.
> 
> Jeng-Wei Li,SE <jwli(--nospam--at)ms12.hinet.net>
> JJPan & Partners
> 21,Alley 12,Lane 118,RenAi Road Section 3,
> Taipei,Taiwan, ROC.106
> PHONE:886-2-27012617 EXT507
> FAX:886-2-27552422
> 
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