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    Class 7

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    Re: Class 7

    waalikum-o-salam
    na sirf bahot acha teach kiya hai
    balk apnay experience bhi
    humaray saath share kiya hai
    thank u very much to sharing
    this interesting and useful info
    Take care
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    Re: Class 7

    Shukriya for Comment

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    Re: Class 7

    WALIKUM SALAM ZAARA JI BHUT UMDA EXPLAIN HAI


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    Re: Class 7

    w.salam.nice work

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    Re: Class 7

    its v good zara g you also share your experience with us its make this class more attractive thanks again.

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    Re: Class 7

    nice share

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    Class 7

    are you using the interpreter or a main?

    either way invoke Print on the domain to ensure your load is added to the domain.

    if it is thre the applyLoad commmand in the ElementalLoad class to ensure that it is called for your load by say aadding opserr << theElement or something.
    For the life of me, I do not know.
    Just that is necessary, I will participate.
    Very much the helpful information
    I am final, I am sorry, but, in my opinion, it is obvious.
    It seems to me it is excellent idea. I agree with you.

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