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Global: ^DD("IX"

Package: VA FileMan

Global: ^DD("IX"


Information

FileMan FileNo FileMan Filename Package
.11 INDEX VA FileMan

Description

Directly Accessed By Routines, Total: 62

Package Total Routines
VA FileMan 52 DDS11    DDS4    DDUCHK4    DDUCHK5    DIC4    DICATT4    DICE    DICF0
DICF2    DICL    DICN0    DICOMP    DICOMPV    DICQ    DICR    DICUIX
DID1    DIDH1    DIE    DIEVK1    DIEZ0    DIFROMS1    DIFROMS3    DIFROMSX
DIFROMSY    DIK    DIKC1    DIKC2    DIKCBLD    DIKCFORM    DIKCP    DIKCP1
DIKCP2    DIKCR    DIKCU2    DIKCUTL    DIKCUTL1    DIKCUTL2    DIKD2    DIKK1
DIKKFORM    DIKKP    DIKKUTL    DIKKUTL1    DIKKUTL2    DIKKUTL3    DIP    DIPR11
DIPS95    DIT1    DITR1    DIVR    
Enterprise Health Management Platform 2 HMPIDX    HMPZ0218    
Toolkit 2 XDRMERG2    XINDX10    
Adverse Reaction Tracking 1 GMRAY23    
Clinical Procedures 1 MDPOST38    
Kernel 1 XPDCOMG    
Registration 1 DG53665P    
Scheduling 1 SDTMP704    
Text Integration Utility 1 TIUPS106    

Accessed By FileMan Db Calls, Total: 8

Package Total Routines
Registration 5 DG53527P    DG648PST    DG712PST    DG876PST    DG902PST    
Radiology Nuclear Medicine 2 RA84PRE    RA94PST    
Mental Health 1 YS103PRE    

Pointed To By FileMan Files, Total: 1

Package Total FileMan Files
VA FileMan 1 KEY(#.31)[3]    

Fields, Total: 21

Field # Name Loc Type Details
.01 FILE 0;1 NUMBER
************************REQUIRED FIELD************************

  • INPUT TRANSFORM:  K:+X'=X!(X>999999999999)!(X<0)!(X?.E1"."8N.N) X
  • LAST EDITED:  JUN 11, 1998
  • HELP-PROMPT:  Answer must be between 0 and 999999999999, with up to 7 decimal digits. Answer '??' for more help.
  • DESCRIPTION:  
    Answer should be the number of the file cross-referenced by this index. For whole file cross-references on subfiles, answer with the number of the file where the index physically resides, not the subfile number.
  • CROSS-REFERENCE:  .11^B
    1)= S ^DD("IX","B",$E(X,1,30),DA)=""
    2)= K ^DD("IX","B",$E(X,1,30),DA)
    3)= Lets developers pick indexes by file number
    The B index, on the .01 (File) of the Index file, lets developers pick indexes by the numbers of the files they cross-reference.
  • RECORD INDEXES:  BB (#.1101)
.02 NAME 0;2 FREE TEXT
************************REQUIRED FIELD************************

  • INPUT TRANSFORM:  K:$L(X)>30!($L(X)<1)!'(X?1A.AN) X
  • LAST EDITED:  MAR 03, 1999
  • HELP-PROMPT:  Answer must be 1-30 characters in length. Answer '??' for more help.
  • DESCRIPTION:  Answer must be the name of the index. For example, the name of the default lookup index on a file's .01 field is B, the name of the uniqueness index of a compound key is BB, and the name of an index not used for lookup
    must start with A.
  • FIELD INDEX:  IX (#.1102) REGULAR IR LOOKUP & SORTING
    Short Descr: Allows user to look up Indexes by Name.
    Description: This 'Regular' index on the Name field (#.02) allows users to select an index by its name.
    Set Logic: S ^DD("IX","IX",$E(X,1,30),DA)=""
    Kill Logic: K ^DD("IX","IX",$E(X,1,30),DA)
    Whole Kill: K ^DD("IX","IX")
    X(1): NAME (.11,.02) (Subscr 1) (Len 30) (forwards)
  • RECORD INDEXES:  BB (#.1101)
.1 DESCRIPTION .1;0 WORD-PROCESSING #.1101
.11 SHORT DESCRIPTION 0;3 FREE TEXT
************************REQUIRED FIELD************************

  • INPUT TRANSFORM:  K:$L(X)>79!($L(X)<1) X
  • LAST EDITED:  FEB 16, 1996
  • HELP-PROMPT:  Answer must be 1-79 characters in length. Answer '??' for more help.
  • DESCRIPTION:  
    Answer should be text briefly explaining the function of this cross-reference.
.2 TYPE 0;4 SET
************************REQUIRED FIELD************************
  • 'R' FOR REGULAR;
  • 'MU' FOR MUMPS;

  • LAST EDITED:  JUL 18, 1997
  • HELP-PROMPT:  Answer '??' for more help.
  • DESCRIPTION:  REGULAR - One or more field values are stored in an index on the file. The index can be used for sorting, or optionally, looking up entries.
    MUMPS - Customizable M code executes whenever a field that makes up the cross-references changes.
.4 EXECUTION 0;6 SET
************************REQUIRED FIELD************************
  • 'F' FOR FIELD;
  • 'R' FOR RECORD;

  • LAST EDITED:  JUN 11, 1998
  • HELP-PROMPT:  Answer '??' for more help.
  • DESCRIPTION:  Answer with the code that indicates whether the cross reference logic should be executed after a field in the index changes, or only after all fields in a record are updated. The logic for most simple (single-field)
    indexes should be executed immediately after the field changes, and so should get the code 'F'. The logic for most compound indexes should be executed only once after a transaction on the entire record is complete, and so
    should get the code 'R'. Exceptions to this rule are rare.
.41 ACTIVITY 0;7 FREE TEXT

  • INPUT TRANSFORM:  K:$L(X)>2!($L(X)<1)!($TR(X,"IR")]"") X
  • LAST EDITED:  JUN 11, 1998
  • HELP-PROMPT:  Answer must be 2 characters in length. Answer '??' for more help.
  • DESCRIPTION:  Answer with the flags that control whether FileMan fires this cross-reference during an installation and a re-cross-referencing operation. The possible flags are:
    I = Installing an entry at a site
    R = Re-cross-referencing this index
    FileMan automatically fires cross-references during an edit, regardless of Activity, though you can control whether a cross-reference is fired by entering Set and Kill Conditions.
    Also, if you explicity select a cross-reference in an EN^DIK, EN1^DIK, or ENALL^DIK call, or in the UTILITY FUNCTIONS/RE-INDEX FILE option on the VA FileMan menu, that cross-reference will be fired whether or not its
    Activity contains an "R".
  • NOTES:  XXXX--CAN'T BE ALTERED EXCEPT BY PROGRAMMER
.42 USE 0;14 SET
  • 'LS' FOR LOOKUP & SORTING;
  • 'S' FOR SORTING ONLY;
  • 'A' FOR ACTION;

  • LAST EDITED:  APR 16, 1998
  • HELP-PROMPT:  Controls how the index will be used by Classic FileMan Lookup (^DIC), Finder (FIND^DIC and $$FIND1^DIC) and Sort/Print (EN1^DIP). Answer '??' for more help.
  • DESCRIPTION:  LOOKUP & SORTING - The index name starts with "B" or a letter that alphabetically follows "B". Calls to Classic FileMan lookup (^DIC) or the Finder (FIND^DIC or $$FIND1^DIC) where the index is not specified will include
    this index in the search. The index will be available for use by the FileMan Sort and Print (EN1^DIP).
    SORTING ONLY - The index name starts with "A". Calls to Classic FileMan lookup (^DIC) or the Finder (FIND^DIC or $$FIND1^DIC) will not use this index unless it is specified in the input parameters. The index will be
    available for use by the FileMan Sort and Print (EN1^DIP).
    ACTION - The index name starts with "A". This is used for M code that performs some actions and does NOT build an index. Therefore, it is not available for use by either the Classic FileMan lookup (^DIC), the Finder
    (FIND^DIC or $$FIND1^DIC) or the Sort and Print (EN1^DIP).
.5 ROOT TYPE 0;8 SET
  • 'I' FOR INDEX FILE;
  • 'W' FOR WHOLE FILE;

  • LAST EDITED:  SEP 08, 1998
  • HELP-PROMPT:  Answer '??' for more help.
  • DESCRIPTION:  Answer 'I' if the fields that make up the file are defined at the same level at which the index is located.
    Answer 'W' if this is a whole file cross-reference in which the fields that make up the index are defined in a subfile, but the index is physically located at a parent file level.
.51 ROOT FILE 0;9 NUMBER
************************REQUIRED FIELD************************

  • INPUT TRANSFORM:  K:+X'=X!(X>999999999999)!(X<0)!(X?.E1"."8N.N) X
  • LAST EDITED:  SEP 29, 1998
  • HELP-PROMPT:  Type a Number between 0 and 999999999999, 7 Decimal Digits. Answer '??' for more help.
  • DESCRIPTION:  
    Answer with the number of the file or subfile where this index is defined. For whole file indexes, answer with the subfile number, not the number of the file where the index physically resides.
  • CROSS-REFERENCE:  .11^AC
    1)= S ^DD("IX","AC",$E(X,1,30),DA)=""
    2)= K ^DD("IX","AC",$E(X,1,30),DA)
    3)= Lets FileMan find indexes defined on fields from a particular file
1.1 SET LOGIC 1;E1,245 MUMPS
************************REQUIRED FIELD************************

  • INPUT TRANSFORM:  K:$L(X)>245 X D:$D(X) ^DIM
  • LAST EDITED:  JAN 16, 1996
  • HELP-PROMPT:  Answer must be Standard M code. Answer '??' for more help.
  • DESCRIPTION:  Answer with the M code that FileMan should execute when the values of fields that make up the cross-reference are set or changed. When field values are changed, FileMan executes first the KILL LOGIC, then the SET LOGIC.
    Assume the DA array describes the record to be cross-referenced, and that the X(order#) array contains values after the transform for storage is applied, but before the truncation to the maximum length. The variable X
    also equals X(order#) of the lowest order number.
    When fields that make up a cross-reference are edited and the kill and set logic are executed, the X1(order#) array contains the old field values, and the X2(order#) array contains the new field values. If a record is
    being added, and there is an X1(order#) array element that corresponds to the .01 field, it is set to null. When a record is deleted, all X2(order#) array elements are null.
    WRITE AUTHORITY: @
1.2 OVERFLOW SET LOGIC 1.2;0 Multiple #.111 .111

  • LAST EDITED:  JAN 24, 1996
1.3 SET CONDITION 1.3;E1,245 FREE TEXT

  • INPUT TRANSFORM:  K:$L(X)>245!($L(X)<1) X
  • LAST EDITED:  JAN 16, 1996
  • HELP-PROMPT:  Answer must be a valid FileMan computed expression. Answer '??' for more help.
  • DESCRIPTION:  Answer with a FileMan computed expression that will evaluate to Boolean true (according to the M rules for Boolean interpretation). FileMan will evaluate this expression whenever it would normally execute the
    cross-reference's Set Logic, and will not execute the Set Logic unless this condition evaluates to true.
1.4 SET CONDITION CODE 1.4;E1,245 MUMPS

  • INPUT TRANSFORM:  K:$L(X)>245 X D:$D(X) ^DIM
  • LAST EDITED:  JAN 17, 1997
  • HELP-PROMPT:  This is Standard MUMPS code. Answer '??' for more help.
  • DESCRIPTION:  This is MUMPS code that sets the variable X. The SET LOGIC is executed only if the SET CONDTION, if present, sets X to Boolean true (according to M rules for Boolean interpretation).
    Assume the DA array describes the record to be cross-referenced, and that the X(order#) array contains values after the transform for storage is applied, but before the truncation to the maximum length. The variable X
    also equals X(order#) of the lowest order number.
    When fields that make up a cross-reference are edited and the kill and set conditions are executed, the X1(order#) array contains the old field values, and the X2(order#) array contains the new field values. If a record is
    being added, and there is an X1(order#) array element that corresponds to the .01 field, it is set to null. When a record is deleted, all X2(order#) array elements are null.
    WRITE AUTHORITY: @
2.1 KILL LOGIC 2;E1,245 MUMPS
************************REQUIRED FIELD************************

  • INPUT TRANSFORM:  K:$L(X)>245 X D:$D(X) ^DIM
  • LAST EDITED:  JAN 16, 1996
  • HELP-PROMPT:  Answer must be Standard M code. Answer '??' for more help.
  • DESCRIPTION:  Answer with the M code that FileMan should execute when the values of fields that make up the cross-reference are changed or deleted. When field values are changed, FileMan executes first the KILL LOGIC, then the SET
    LOGIC.
    Assume the DA array describes the record to be cross-referenced, and that the X(order#) array contains values after the transform for storage is applied, but before the truncation to the maximum length. The variable X
    also equals X(order#) of the lowest order number.
    When fields that make up a cross-reference are edited and the kill and set logic are executed, the X1(order#) array contains the old field values, and the X2(order#) array contains the new field values. If a record is
    being added, and there is an X1(order#) array element that corresponds to the .01 field, it is set to null. When a record is deleted, all X2(order#) array elements are null.
    WRITE AUTHORITY: @
2.2 OVERFLOW KILL LOGIC 2.2;0 Multiple #.112 .112

  • LAST EDITED:  JAN 24, 1996
2.3 KILL CONDITION 2.3;E1,245 FREE TEXT

  • INPUT TRANSFORM:  K:$L(X)>245!($L(X)<1) X
  • LAST EDITED:  JAN 16, 1996
  • HELP-PROMPT:  Answer must be a valid FileMan computed expression. Answer '??' for more help.
  • DESCRIPTION:  Answer with a FileMan computed expression that will evaluate to Boolean true (according to the M rules for Boolean interpretation). FileMan will evaluate this expression whenever it would normally execute the
    cross-reference's Kill Logic, and will not execute the Kill Logic unless this condition evaluates to true.
2.4 KILL CONDITION CODE 2.4;E1,245 MUMPS

  • INPUT TRANSFORM:  K:$L(X)>245 X D:$D(X) ^DIM
  • LAST EDITED:  JAN 17, 1997
  • HELP-PROMPT:  This is Standard MUMPS code. Answer '??' for more help.
  • DESCRIPTION:  This is MUMPS code, that sets the variable X. The KILL LOGIC is executed only if the KILL CONDITION, if present, sets X such the X evaluates to true, (according to M rules for Boolean interpretation)
    Assume the DA array describes the record to be cross-referenced, and that the X(order#) array contains values after the transform for storage is applied, but before the truncation to the maximum length. The variable X
    also equals X(order#) of the lowest order number.
    When fields that make up a cross-reference are edited and the kill and set conditions are executed, the X1(order#) array contains the old field values, and the X2(order#) array contains the new field values. If a record is
    being added, and there is an X1(order#) array element that corresponds to the .01 field, it is set to null. When a record is deleted, all X2(order#) array elements are null.
    WRITE AUTHORITY: @
2.5 KILL ENTIRE INDEX CODE 2.5;E1,245 MUMPS

  • INPUT TRANSFORM:  K:$L(X)>245 X D:$D(X) ^DIM
  • HELP-PROMPT:  This is Standard MUMPS code. Answer '??' for more help.
  • DESCRIPTION:  This is a kill statement that can be executed to remove an entire index for all records in a file. When an entire file is reindexed, FileMan executes this code instead of looping through all the entries in a file and
    executing the kill logic once for each entry.
    WRITE AUTHORITY: @
11.1 CROSS-REFERENCE VALUES 11.1;0 Multiple #.114 .114

  • LAST EDITED:  FEB 21, 1996
  • IDENTIFIED BY:  TYPE OF VALUE(#1)[R]
  • PRIMARY KEY:  A (#.11401)
    Uniqueness Index: BB (#.11401)
    File, Field: 1) ORDER NUMBER (.114,.01)
  • INDEXED BY:  SUBSCRIPT NUMBER (AC), ORDER NUMBER (BB)
666 RE-INDEXING NOREINDEX;1 SET
  • '1' FOR NO RE-INDEXING ALLOWED;
  • '0' FOR ALLOW REINDEXING;

  • HELP-PROMPT:  Should the re-indexing of this cross reference be prohibited?
  • DESCRIPTION:  If you answer '1', this cross reference will not be re-indexed during a general re-indexing of this file, whether it's done via API or interactively. If you answer '0', which is the default, it will. A 'NO RE-INDEXING'
    cross-reference will ONLY be re-indexed if it is specifically named in an API call
    UNEDITABLE

Found Entries, Total: 1497

FILE: .11    FILE: .11    FILE: .11    FILE: .114    FILE: .114    FILE: .31    FILE: .31    FILE: .31    
FILE: .31    FILE: .312    FILE: .312    FILE: .85    FILE: .85    FILE: .85    FILE: .85    FILE: 0    
FILE: 1.5    FILE: 1.5    FILE: 1.601    FILE: 1.602    FILE: 1.61    FILE: 10.99    FILE: 100    FILE: 100    
FILE: 100    FILE: 100.01    FILE: 100.02    FILE: 100.05    FILE: 100.05    FILE: 100.2    FILE: 100.2    FILE: 100.2    
FILE: 100.5    FILE: 100.52    FILE: 100.6    FILE: 100.6    FILE: 100.61    FILE: 100.62    FILE: 101.13    FILE: 101.15    
FILE: 101.41    FILE: 101.52    FILE: 102.211    FILE: 102.3    FILE: 102.4    FILE: 104.1    FILE: 11.99    FILE: 115    
FILE: 120.5    FILE: 120.5    FILE: 120.5    FILE: 120.5    FILE: 120.5    FILE: 120.51    FILE: 120.52    FILE: 120.53    
FILE: 120.8    FILE: 120.802    FILE: 120.803    FILE: 120.81    FILE: 120.813    FILE: 120.814    FILE: 120.82    FILE: 120.82    
FILE: 120.82    FILE: 120.8205    FILE: 120.824    FILE: 120.826    FILE: 120.83    FILE: 120.85    FILE: 120.8502    FILE: 120.8503    
FILE: 120.8504    FILE: 120.8513    FILE: 120.85315    FILE: 120.8563    FILE: 120.86    FILE: 123    FILE: 123    FILE: 123    
FILE: 123    FILE: 123    FILE: 123.02    FILE: 123.051    FILE: 123.555    FILE: 123.58    FILE: 123.6    FILE: 123.6    
FILE: 125    FILE: 125    FILE: 125    FILE: 125.11    FILE: 125.11    FILE: 129.1    FILE: 129.11    FILE: 129.111    
FILE: 129.12    FILE: 129.12    FILE: 129.12    FILE: 129.2    FILE: 129.2    FILE: 129.21    FILE: 129.21    FILE: 129.22    
FILE: 129.23    FILE: 13.99    FILE: 130    FILE: 130    FILE: 130    FILE: 130    FILE: 130    FILE: 130    
FILE: 130    FILE: 130    FILE: 130    FILE: 130    FILE: 130    FILE: 130    FILE: 130    FILE: 130    
FILE: 130    FILE: 130    FILE: 130    FILE: 130.028    FILE: 130.16    FILE: 130.164    FILE: 130.28    FILE: 130.4    
FILE: 139.5    FILE: 139.5    FILE: 139.5    FILE: 139.5    FILE: 142    FILE: 161    FILE: 161.01    FILE: 161.01    
FILE: 161.192    FILE: 161.35    FILE: 161.43    FILE: 161.45    FILE: 161.45    FILE: 161.95    FILE: 162    FILE: 162    
FILE: 162.1    FILE: 162.1    FILE: 162.1    FILE: 162.1    FILE: 162.1    FILE: 162.2    FILE: 162.292    FILE: 162.3    
FILE: 162.492    FILE: 162.5    FILE: 162.5    FILE: 162.5    FILE: 162.5    FILE: 162.7    FILE: 162.7    FILE: 162.7    
FILE: 162.792    FILE: 164.18    FILE: 18.02    FILE: 18.04    FILE: 18.05    FILE: 18.05    FILE: 18.12    FILE: 18.13    
FILE: 2    FILE: 2    FILE: 2    FILE: 2    FILE: 2    FILE: 2    FILE: 2    FILE: 2    
FILE: 2    FILE: 2    FILE: 2    FILE: 2    FILE: 2    FILE: 2    FILE: 2    FILE: 2    
FILE: 2    FILE: 2    FILE: 2    FILE: 2    FILE: 2    FILE: 2    FILE: 2    FILE: 2    
FILE: 2    FILE: 2    FILE: 2    FILE: 2    FILE: 2    FILE: 2    FILE: 2    FILE: 2    
FILE: 2    FILE: 2    FILE: 2    FILE: 2    FILE: 2    FILE: 2    FILE: 2    FILE: 2    
FILE: 2    FILE: 2    FILE: 2    FILE: 2    FILE: 2    FILE: 2    FILE: 2    FILE: 2    
FILE: 2    FILE: 2    FILE: 2    FILE: 2    FILE: 2    FILE: 2    FILE: 2    FILE: 2    
FILE: 2    FILE: 2    FILE: 2    FILE: 2    FILE: 2    FILE: 2    FILE: 2    FILE: 2    
FILE: 2    FILE: 2    FILE: 2    FILE: 2    FILE: 2    FILE: 2    FILE: 2    FILE: 2    
FILE: 2    FILE: 2    FILE: 2    FILE: 2    FILE: 2    FILE: 2    FILE: 2    FILE: 2    
FILE: 2    FILE: 2    FILE: 2    FILE: 2    FILE: 2    FILE: 2    FILE: 2    FILE: 2    
FILE: 2.01    FILE: 2.02    FILE: 2.04    FILE: 2.06    FILE: 2.06    FILE: 2.141    FILE: 2.141    FILE: 2.141    
FILE: 2.3215    FILE: 2.3215    FILE: 2.3215    FILE: 2.342    FILE: 20    FILE: 20    FILE: 20    FILE: 20    
FILE: 20    FILE: 200    FILE: 200    FILE: 200    FILE: 200    FILE: 200    FILE: 200    FILE: 200    
FILE: 200    FILE: 200    FILE: 200    FILE: 200    FILE: 2005    FILE: 2005    FILE: 2005    FILE: 2005    
FILE: 2005    FILE: 2005    FILE: 2005    FILE: 2005    FILE: 2005    FILE: 2005    FILE: 2005    FILE: 2005    
FILE: 2005.001    FILE: 2005.003    FILE: 2005.099    FILE: 2005.1    FILE: 2005.1    FILE: 2005.1    FILE: 2005.1    FILE: 2005.1    
FILE: 2005.1    FILE: 2005.1    FILE: 2005.1    FILE: 2005.1    FILE: 2005.1    FILE: 2005.1    FILE: 2005.199    FILE: 2005.2    
FILE: 2005.2    FILE: 2005.2    FILE: 2005.2    FILE: 2005.42    FILE: 2005.62    FILE: 2005.62    FILE: 2005.66    FILE: 2005.66    
FILE: 2005.85    FILE: 2005.88    FILE: 2006.03    FILE: 2006.03    FILE: 2006.03    FILE: 2006.03    FILE: 2006.031    FILE: 2006.035    
FILE: 2006.035    FILE: 2006.532    FILE: 2006.532    FILE: 2006.539    FILE: 2006.562    FILE: 2006.562    FILE: 2006.562    FILE: 2006.562    
FILE: 2006.562    FILE: 2006.564    FILE: 2006.5713    FILE: 2006.574    FILE: 2006.575    FILE: 2006.575    FILE: 2006.575    FILE: 2006.5752    
FILE: 2006.5759    FILE: 2006.582    FILE: 2006.5821    FILE: 2006.5831    FILE: 2006.5838    FILE: 2006.5839    FILE: 2006.5841    FILE: 2006.5849    
FILE: 2006.5849    FILE: 2006.5849    FILE: 2006.587    FILE: 2006.587    FILE: 2006.5906    FILE: 2006.8    FILE: 2006.8    FILE: 2006.82    
FILE: 2006.82    FILE: 2006.9122    FILE: 2006.913    FILE: 2006.914    FILE: 2006.9192    FILE: 2006.926    FILE: 2006.928    FILE: 2006.928    
FILE: 2006.928    FILE: 2006.941    FILE: 2006.941    FILE: 211.4    FILE: 211.4    FILE: 211.416    FILE: 212.8    FILE: 220    
FILE: 220.2    FILE: 2260    FILE: 2260.095    FILE: 2261.4    FILE: 2261.9    FILE: 2262.2    FILE: 2263    FILE: 2263.1    
FILE: 2263.2    FILE: 2263.3    FILE: 2263.7    FILE: 227    FILE: 227    FILE: 230    FILE: 230    FILE: 230    
FILE: 230    FILE: 230    FILE: 230    FILE: 230    FILE: 230    FILE: 230    FILE: 230    FILE: 230    
FILE: 230    FILE: 230    FILE: 230    FILE: 230    FILE: 230    FILE: 230.1    FILE: 230.1    FILE: 230.1    
FILE: 231.7    FILE: 231.7    FILE: 231.8    FILE: 231.8    FILE: 232.5    FILE: 232.6    FILE: 232.71    FILE: 233.1    
FILE: 233.1    FILE: 234    FILE: 234    FILE: 25.11    FILE: 26.11    FILE: 26.11    FILE: 26.11    FILE: 26.11    
FILE: 26.11    FILE: 26.12    FILE: 26.13    FILE: 26.13    FILE: 26.13    FILE: 26.13    FILE: 26.13    FILE: 26.13    
FILE: 26.13    FILE: 26.13    FILE: 26.14    FILE: 26.14    FILE: 26.14    FILE: 26.14    FILE: 26.15    FILE: 26.15    
FILE: 26.15    FILE: 26.15    FILE: 26.15    FILE: 26.17    FILE: 26.19    FILE: 26.21    FILE: 26.22    FILE: 26.22    
FILE: 28.11    FILE: 28.11    FILE: 28.11    FILE: 29.11    FILE: 3.52    FILE: 3.52    FILE: 3.52    FILE: 3.52    
FILE: 3.52    FILE: 3.702    FILE: 3.81    FILE: 3.81    FILE: 3.9    FILE: 344.3    FILE: 344.3    FILE: 344.31    
FILE: 344.31    FILE: 344.31    FILE: 344.31    FILE: 344.31    FILE: 344.31    FILE: 344.4    FILE: 344.4    FILE: 344.4    
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