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80.6. Test files for iband7

Here are two files for testing iband7. The first is a multi-station file named yose-2999-1, for the venerable Yosemite location. This location has station codes BIME, station number 11905; CRFL, 11907; and HODG, 11107.

We'll start with a page header and prefix line.

yose-2999-1
@yose 0a 1
#9999999

The first detail line tests three formats of the destroyed band field: no date, just the date, and date plus station code.

yose-2999-1
d01
d020401
d031231bime

The next three test the same three formats of lost band lines.

yose-2999-1
l04
l050101
l060530crfl

Next we try out some new-band lines. The first one has all fields blank except the micro-aging field, date, and station code.

yose-2999-1
n07amro9  x          jlfbrman       30601   hodg  .

The next line is an unbanded line. Here we start testing several possible skull, fat, and other fields. The last of these lines tests single-column ditto, and also maximum odometer rollover on the 00 line.

yose-2999-1
u  wren1  m  00000n00uuuuuuuu 34 56730702000crfl00.'dm
u  hafl2p fi                        00803123crflxx.'dd
n08ospr4ebu  12344a32               50904093crflyy.'n98'fo's1
n00merl"w""                         11005135bime  .'s2

Here's a test of the long-new line.

yose-2999-1
g123456708ospr4ebu  12344a32               50904093crflyy.'n98'fo's1

Here's a completely different file named 11107-2099. In this file we'll test the recap line format.

11107-2099
@11107 r l57
987654321rsfl0  u  83574j53unamrbfl999 99960101000nt.
r987654321rsfl"  "  """"""""""""""""999 99961231235nt.