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Are these correct as shown below or did you missprint them? If they are missprints, should they be 'DOL' or 'DOLD'?

Do the 'numbered' keys always occur at the bottom of the list?

Chris

UID= UID=FRLARS UID=ANJA08 FNA= FNA=Fredrik FNA=Anja ENA=Exp-pri ENA=Larsson ENA=Daun PRE=(0117) PRE=(0117) PRE=(0117) NYTT=23400 NYTT=23403 NYTT=23404 PRI1=Nej FOR1=Nej DOLD1=Nej should this be DOL? CMG1=Ja MEX1=Nej PRI2=Nej FOR2=Nej DOLD2=Nej should this be DOL? CMG2=Ja MEX2=Nej PRI3=Nej FOR3=Nej DOL3=Nej not like the 2 entries above CMG3=Ja MEX3=Nej

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