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On Sep 30, 2005, at 12:06 AM, Michael Brooks wrote:

If you seriously have questions on any of our calculation module please contact us directly rather than saying such things in a public forum.
That statement really makes me uncomfortable, even though ENERCALC is none of my concern. Grassley has a right to express an opinion in this particular forum because that's what it's for. If someone's had a bad experience with software I might consider buying, forums like SEAINT are about the only place left to find out and evaluate the commentary for ourselves. Contradict him if you like, but if you imagine shop talk doesn't include a great deal of commentary on the reliability of engineering software these days, I hope you'll stay tuned.

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