Re: Sometimes an empty value means "use the default value" and sometimes it doesn't ... right?

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Re: Sometimes an empty value means "use the default value" and sometimes it doesn't ... right?

Costello, Roger L.

Thanks Ken. Actually I had already seen that section of the specification.

 

I was checking to see if my understanding of it is correct.

 

I guess it is.

 

Thanks.

 

/Roger