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Re: Lighter Loads in IBC vs. UBC and Enercalc 6.0

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Steve
Sad because he didn't get his, or because you didn't yours? (Or because no one replied in the affirmative.)
Chuck Utzman, P.E.

Steve Gordin wrote:
Tony,
This is really sad... V. Steve Gordin, SE
Irvine CA

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    *Subject:* Re: Lighter Loads in IBC vs. UBC and Enercalc 6.0

    I am still waiting for the long ago promised updated ENERCALC version
Antonio S. Luisoni
    Consulting S.E.
P.S. Did anybody receive it yet?????



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