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Great discussion of this issue!

However, left off of the response is what options, if any, would not be included in the fully diluted calcuation? In other words, options are typically granted to employees at a "strike price" higher than current market value. They might be excercised, they might not be. As hard as it is to believe, stocks do occasionally go down <g>. The option in this case would expire as worthless.

Are these options now included in the calculation or not? I am assuming yes, but could you please confirm?

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