% Dim strSQL Dim rs Dim dbConn Dim strOldLevel strSQL = "SELECT tblLevel.ID, tblLevel.AbilityLevel, tblPlayer.Last, tblPlayer.First, tblPlayer.City, tblState.State, tblCountry.Country, tblPlayer.Email " _ & "FROM ((tblLevel INNER JOIN tblPlayer ON tblLevel.ID = tblPlayer.Ability) INNER JOIN tblState ON tblPlayer.State = tblState.ID) INNER JOIN tblCountry ON tblPlayer.Country = tblCountry.ID " _ & "ORDER BY tblLevel.ID DESC , tblPlayer.Last, tblPlayer.First" Set dbConn = Server.CreateObject("ADODB.Connection") dbConn.Open Application("DBConnString") Set rs = dbConn.Execute(strSQL) %>
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Equate via E-Mail
You can now play EQUATE via e-mail with other EQUATE enthusiasts around the world. Nathaniel Hekman has created Equate-Master, an electronic Grand-Master, or Proctor, for EQUATE (Nathaniel is also the developer of Scrabble-Master for Scrabble players). It allows any number of players to play a distributed game of Equate via e-mail, by acting as an independent third party whose role is simply to hand out tiles as needed.
The following registry contains the names of people interested in playing EQUATE via e-mail. E-mail someone on the list and challenge them to a game. Enter your name in the Player Registry so others can find you.
To make changes to your listing in the Players Registry or to delete your name entirely, please send an e-mail message to email@example.com.
How To Determine Your Ability Level
The following is a general guideline of how to rate your own ability level.Beginner Level
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