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To be sure, the clock started in 1986, the year LRFD First Edition came
out!

(And for the record, I can't be considered a "young engineer" since I
can remember a time before LRFD...)

-----Original Message-----
From: Chance, Acie [mailto:AChance(--nospam--at)lacsd.org] 

     I do not know about 40 years but you can count on a minimum of nine
years.  I now plan on putting the old calculator out to pasture in 2015.

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