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I am new to Stack Overflow, so I have no reputation. I am trying to view a post that I think has been truncated. Here's a link to the post. It explains how to create a C# client for a WCF service and then use that client in C++ through a bridge. However, the end of the post says:

In the Solution Explorer, right-click the References folder for the HelloServiceClient project and select the Add Service Reference... menu option. In the Address field, type the

I'm assuming there is supposed to be more there that I cannot see. I found a post that I think explains how to fix this problem (I can't link to this post because I can only have 1 link since I have no reputation). It says:

The revision history will contain the actual post in any case, so doing an edit no-op (inserting a space) will restore the truncated content.

I would try this fix myself, but I cannot edit someone else's post because I have no reputation. So... I'm wondering if someone else out there could perform the fix on that post so that I can see the rest of the content.

Thank you very much in advance!

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Done, although there is a bunch of code blocks contained in the lists which don't format correctly. I had to add a hack to get the code formatted properly.

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Add 4 more indents for the code. – gnostradamus Jan 8 '10 at 21:32
I think we had an edit collision. You may want to double check that it is right. – gnostradamus Jan 8 '10 at 21:44
OK, That post is not cooperating. I tried rolling back to your better edit and it didn't seem to do it. I'm at a loss. :( – gnostradamus Jan 8 '10 at 21:50
Thank you all for your help! – user141563 Jan 11 '10 at 13:42

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