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2nd max is max of vec minus max(vec)

Subject: 2nd max is max of vec minus max(vec)
From: Dhruv Chhabra
Date: 29 Jun, 2012 20:51:12
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Subject: 2nd max is max of vec minus max(vec)
From: Star Strider
Date: 30 Jun, 2012 18:18:07
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Subject: 2nd max is max of vec minus max(vec)
From: Jan Simon
Date: 30 Jun, 2012 20:11:23
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Subject: 2nd max is max of vec minus max(vec)
From: Matt J
Date: 30 Jun, 2012 20:42:07
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Subject: 2nd max is max of vec minus max(vec)
From: Bruno Luong
Date: 1 Jul, 2012 07:43:08
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Subject: 2nd max is max of vec minus max(vec)
From: Greg Heath
Date: 1 Jul, 2012 12:07:06
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Subject: 2nd max is max of vec minus max(vec)
From: Bruno Luong
Date: 1 Jul, 2012 12:19:09
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Subject: 2nd max is max of vec minus max(vec)
From: Matt J
Date: 1 Jul, 2012 13:54:07
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Subject: 2nd max is max of vec minus max(vec)
From: Bruno Luong
Date: 1 Jul, 2012 14:36:07
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Subject: 2nd max is max of vec minus max(vec)
From: Greg Heath
Date: 3 Jul, 2012 09:58:07
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