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#41 Arjit Saraswat

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Posted 03 December 2011 - 02:38 PM

Don't presume that what you believe is understood will be by others.
To give you an example for your question, my door (along with many others I'm sure) has a deadbolt and knob lock that both use the same key. Does this render its design useless? Also, consider a "superkey" or "masterkey" that locksmiths have that can open any lock. This removes the distinction for the keyholder, but not their need.

ok..... i accept my fault.. next time i'll explain the situation clearly
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