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    Default ILDA File Format - Format Code 4 and 5

    I was wondering what the format of codes 4 and 5 are? I looked everywhere and cannot find them explicitly stated. Even in the ILDA document:

    http://www.laserist.org/StandardsDoc...finaldraft.pdf

    I probably missed it though. Can someone please explain format code 4 and format code 5.

    Thanks!

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    just ask Pat Murphy at ILDA for the specs, they are pretty good about helping.
    This eliminates a lot of 3rd party noise on 4 and 5.

    Then use ILD SOS to test your code :-)

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    Why doesn't ILDA just post it to their site so the general public can get it!!!

    That would also go in the right direction of eliminating some of the "noise". Do you have to be member to have direct access?

    Thanks for advice.

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    I wrote to Pat Murphy once and he sent me the new draft but said that you usually have to be ILDA member to obtain it. Chris, the OLSC_Java Code can import 4 and 5 you could also look there.

    Andreas

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    Freeekin awesome! I will look at it right away. And... for anyone else reading this that would like to look at it please go to my web site in the OLSC page.

    Here: http://www.fab-favreau.com/olsc.html

    Thanks Andreas!

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