Ah that's too bad... I knew I could put some default values for x and y
and z.. getting the same effect sort of...

but this isn't a solution if the methods that I want to "overload" (I 
call it
overload, not sure what the proper term should be) are
completely different, and are not differentiated simply by different
values.

Thank you for your reply though.

Ted

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