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Minor correction to list of NONMEM VI 2.0 features.

From: Ludden, Thomas <luddent>
Date: Fri, 23 May 2008 17:13:40 -0400

 
A user has pointed out that feature #8 (Up to 160 characters per line
are permitted in the NM-TRAN control stream.) is not new to NONMEM VI
2.0 but has been true for several years. It just was not documented.
 
Tom

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