Here are two files for testing iband7.
The first is a multi-station file named
for the venerable Yosemite location. This location has
BIME, station number 11905;
CRFL, 11907; and
We'll start with a page header and prefix line.
@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.
d01 d020401 d031231bime
The next three test the same three formats of lost band lines.
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.
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.
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.
g123456708ospr4ebu 12344a32 50904093crflyy.'n98'fo's1
Here's a completely different file named
11107-2099. In this file we'll test the recap line
@11107 r l57 987654321rsfl0 u 83574j53unamrbfl999 99960101000nt. r987654321rsfl" " """"""""""""""""999 99961231235nt.