UPDATE : Help Required to Populate search results - Array Search

Discussion in 'Javascript' started by Craig Keightley, Jun 24, 2005.

  1. I have the following array:
    function showCPUs(){
    //name brandID dualCore dualProcessor
    var cpuItem=['Pentium 4 HT Northwood','2','N','N'];
    var cpuItem=['Pentium D 820','2','Y','N'];
    var cpuItem=['Pentium D 830','2','Y','N'];
    var cpuItem=['Pentium D 840','2','Y','N'];
    var cpuItem=['Xeon','2','N','Y'];
    var cpuItem=['Xeon','2','N','Y'];
    var cpuItem=['Xeon','2','N','Y'];
    var cpuItem=['Xeon Dempsey','2','N','Y'];
    var cpuItem=['Athlon 64 3000','1','N','N'];
    var cpuItem=['Athlon 64 3200','1','N','N'];
    var cpuItem=['Athlon 64 3500','1','N','N'];
    var cpuItem=['Athlon 64 4000','1','N','N'];
    var cpuItem=['Athlon 64 X2 4200','1','Y','N'];
    var cpuItem=['Athlon 64 X2 4400','1','Y','N'];
    var cpuItem=['Athlon 64 X2 4600','1','Y','N'];
    var cpuItem=['Athlon 64 X2 4800','1','Y','N'];
    var cpuItem=['Opteron 242','1','N','Y'];
    var cpuItem=['Opteron 244','1','N','Y'];
    var cpuItem=['Opteron 246','1','N','Y'];
    var cpuItem=['Opteron 252','1','Y','Y'];
    }
    </script>

    and the following hidden fields that are set by drop down menus
    <input name="cpuBrandID" type="text" id="cpuBrandID">
    <input name="dualCoreID" type="text" id="dualCoreID">
    <input name="dualProcessorID" type="text" id="dualProcessorID">

    How can I search against the hidden values to generate a list of items from
    my array?

    eg
    cpuBrandID = 2
    dualCoreID = Y
    dualProcessorID = N

    will populate the page with the following processors from the array:
    Pentium D 820
    Pentium D 830
    Pentium D 840

    Many Thanks

    Craig
     
    Craig Keightley, Jun 24, 2005
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  2. After a tweak, I now have the following array:

    var cpuItem = new Array(
    ['Pentium 4 HT Northwood','2','N','N','10.00','p4.jpg'],
    ['Pentium D 820','2','Y','N','10.00','pd.jpg'],
    ['Pentium D 830','2','Y','N','20.00','pd.jpg'],
    ['Pentium D 840','2','Y','N','40.00','pd.jpg'],
    ['Xeon','2','N','Y','50.00','xeon.jpg'],
    ['Xeon','2','N','Y','60.00','xeon.jpg'],
    ['Xeon','2','N','Y','70.00','xeon.jpg'],
    ['Xeon Dempsey','2','N','Y','140.00','xeon.jpg'],
    ['Athlon 64 3000','1','N','N','0.00','a64.jpg'],
    ['Athlon 64 3200','1','N','N','5.00','a64.jpg'],
    ['Athlon 64 3500','1','N','N','15.00','a64.jpg'],
    ['Athlon 64 4000','1','N','N','25.00','a64.jpg'],
    ['Athlon 64 X2 4200','1','Y','N','35.00','a64X2.jpg'],
    ['Athlon 64 X2 4400','1','Y','N','40.00','a64X2.jpg'],
    ['Athlon 64 X2 4600','1','Y','N','60.00','a64X2.jpg'],
    ['Athlon 64 X2 4800','1','Y','N','70.00','a64X2.jpg'],
    ['Opteron 242','1','N','Y','20.00','opteron.jpg'],
    ['Opteron 244','1','N','Y','30.00','opteron.jpg'],
    ['Opteron 246','1','N','Y','45.00','opteron.jpg'],
    ['Opteron 252','1','Y','Y','120.00','opteron.jpg']
    );

    is searching an array possible?


    "Craig Keightley" <> wrote in message
    news:42bbc954$0$13701$...
    >I have the following array:
    > function showCPUs(){
    > //name brandID dualCore dualProcessor
    > var cpuItem=['Pentium 4 HT Northwood','2','N','N'];
    > var cpuItem=['Pentium D 820','2','Y','N'];
    > var cpuItem=['Pentium D 830','2','Y','N'];
    > var cpuItem=['Pentium D 840','2','Y','N'];
    > var cpuItem=['Xeon','2','N','Y'];
    > var cpuItem=['Xeon','2','N','Y'];
    > var cpuItem=['Xeon','2','N','Y'];
    > var cpuItem=['Xeon Dempsey','2','N','Y'];
    > var cpuItem=['Athlon 64 3000','1','N','N'];
    > var cpuItem=['Athlon 64 3200','1','N','N'];
    > var cpuItem=['Athlon 64 3500','1','N','N'];
    > var cpuItem=['Athlon 64 4000','1','N','N'];
    > var cpuItem=['Athlon 64 X2 4200','1','Y','N'];
    > var cpuItem=['Athlon 64 X2 4400','1','Y','N'];
    > var cpuItem=['Athlon 64 X2 4600','1','Y','N'];
    > var cpuItem=['Athlon 64 X2 4800','1','Y','N'];
    > var cpuItem=['Opteron 242','1','N','Y'];
    > var cpuItem=['Opteron 244','1','N','Y'];
    > var cpuItem=['Opteron 246','1','N','Y'];
    > var cpuItem=['Opteron 252','1','Y','Y'];
    > }
    > </script>
    >
    > and the following hidden fields that are set by drop down menus
    > <input name="cpuBrandID" type="text" id="cpuBrandID">
    > <input name="dualCoreID" type="text" id="dualCoreID">
    > <input name="dualProcessorID" type="text" id="dualProcessorID">
    >
    > How can I search against the hidden values to generate a list of items
    > from my array?
    >
    > eg
    > cpuBrandID = 2
    > dualCoreID = Y
    > dualProcessorID = N
    >
    > will populate the page with the following processors from the array:
    > Pentium D 820
    > Pentium D 830
    > Pentium D 840
    >
    > Many Thanks
    >
    > Craig
    >
    >
     
    Craig Keightley, Jun 24, 2005
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  3. Craig Keightley

    McKirahan Guest

    "Craig Keightley" <> wrote in message
    news:42bbc954$0$13701$...
    > I have the following array:
    > function showCPUs(){
    > //name brandID dualCore dualProcessor
    > var cpuItem=['Pentium 4 HT Northwood','2','N','N'];
    > var cpuItem=['Pentium D 820','2','Y','N'];
    > var cpuItem=['Pentium D 830','2','Y','N'];
    > var cpuItem=['Pentium D 840','2','Y','N'];
    > var cpuItem=['Xeon','2','N','Y'];
    > var cpuItem=['Xeon','2','N','Y'];
    > var cpuItem=['Xeon','2','N','Y'];
    > var cpuItem=['Xeon Dempsey','2','N','Y'];
    > var cpuItem=['Athlon 64 3000','1','N','N'];
    > var cpuItem=['Athlon 64 3200','1','N','N'];
    > var cpuItem=['Athlon 64 3500','1','N','N'];
    > var cpuItem=['Athlon 64 4000','1','N','N'];
    > var cpuItem=['Athlon 64 X2 4200','1','Y','N'];
    > var cpuItem=['Athlon 64 X2 4400','1','Y','N'];
    > var cpuItem=['Athlon 64 X2 4600','1','Y','N'];
    > var cpuItem=['Athlon 64 X2 4800','1','Y','N'];
    > var cpuItem=['Opteron 242','1','N','Y'];
    > var cpuItem=['Opteron 244','1','N','Y'];
    > var cpuItem=['Opteron 246','1','N','Y'];
    > var cpuItem=['Opteron 252','1','Y','Y'];
    > }
    > </script>
    >
    > and the following hidden fields that are set by drop down menus
    > <input name="cpuBrandID" type="text" id="cpuBrandID">
    > <input name="dualCoreID" type="text" id="dualCoreID">
    > <input name="dualProcessorID" type="text" id="dualProcessorID">
    >
    > How can I search against the hidden values to generate a list of items

    from
    > my array?
    >
    > eg
    > cpuBrandID = 2
    > dualCoreID = Y
    > dualProcessorID = N
    >
    > will populate the page with the following processors from the array:
    > Pentium D 820
    > Pentium D 830
    > Pentium D 840
    >
    > Many Thanks
    >
    > Craig
    >


    1) "var cpuItem" is declared multiple times.

    2) "type=text" is not a hidden field.


    Is this what you're looking for? Watch for word-wrap.

    <html>
    <head>
    <title>cpuItem.htm</title>
    <script type="text/javascript">
    var s = 0;
    var cpuItem = new Array();
    cpuItem[s++] = ['cpuName','cpuBrand','dualCore','dualProcessor'];
    cpuItem[s++] = ['Pentium 4 HT Northwood','2','N','N'];
    cpuItem[s++] = ['Pentium D 820','2','Y','N'];
    cpuItem[s++] = ['Pentium D 830','2','Y','N'];
    cpuItem[s++] = ['Pentium D 840','2','Y','N'];
    cpuItem[s++] = ['Xeon','2','N','Y'];
    cpuItem[s++] = ['Xeon','2','N','Y'];
    cpuItem[s++] = ['Xeon','2','N','Y'];
    cpuItem[s++] = ['Xeon Dempsey','2','N','Y'];
    cpuItem[s++] = ['Athlon 64 3000','1','N','N'];
    cpuItem[s++] = ['Athlon 64 3200','1','N','N'];
    cpuItem[s++] = ['Athlon 64 3500','1','N','N'];
    cpuItem[s++] = ['Athlon 64 4000','1','N','N'];
    cpuItem[s++] = ['Athlon 64 X2 4200','1','Y','N'];
    cpuItem[s++] = ['Athlon 64 X2 4400','1','Y','N'];
    cpuItem[s++] = ['Athlon 64 X2 4600','1','Y','N'];
    cpuItem[s++] = ['Athlon 64 X2 4800','1','Y','N'];
    cpuItem[s++] = ['Opteron 242','1','N','Y'];
    cpuItem[s++] = ['Opteron 244','1','N','Y'];
    cpuItem[s++] = ['Opteron 246','1','N','Y'];
    cpuItem[s++] = ['Opteron 252','1','Y','Y'];
    function showCPUs() {
    var form = document.form1;
    form.cpuName.value = "";
    form.dualCore.value = form.dualCore.value.toUpperCase();
    form.dualProcessor.value = form.dualProcessor.value.toUpperCase();
    //
    if (form.cpuBrand.value == "") return;
    if ("12".indexOf(form.cpuBrand.value) < 0) {
    alert("Invalid CPU Brand!");
    return;
    }
    if (form.dualCore.value == "") return;
    if ("YN".indexOf(form.dualCore.value) < 0) {
    alert("Invalid Dual Core!");
    return;
    }
    if (form.dualProcessor.value == "") return;
    if ("YN".indexOf(form.dualProcessor.value) < 0) {
    alert("Invalid Dual Processor!");
    return;
    }
    //
    var item = ""
    for (var i=1; i<cpuItem.length; i++) {
    if (form.cpuBrand.value == cpuItem[1]) {
    if (form.dualCore.value == cpuItem[2]) {
    if (form.dualProcessor.value == cpuItem[3]) {
    if (item != "") item += "\n";
    item += cpuItem[0];
    }
    }
    }
    }
    form.cpuName.value = item;
    }
    </script>
    </head>
    <body onload="document.form1.cpuBrand.focus()">
    <form action="" method="get" name="form1">
    <b> CPU Brand : </b>
    <input type="text" name="cpuBrand"
    size="1" maxlength="1" onchange="showCPUs()">
    <br>
    <b> Dual Core (Y/N) : </b>
    <input type="text" name="dualCore"
    size="1" maxlength="1" onchange="showCPUs()">
    <br>
    <b> Dual Processor (Y/N) : </b>
    <input type="text" name="dualProcessor"
    size="1" maxlength="1" onchange="showCPUs()">
    <br><br>
    <b> CPU Name(s) :</b>
    <br><textarea name="cpuName" cols="30" rows="10"
    readonly style="background-color:lightyellow"></textarea>
    <br>
    <br><input type="reset" value="Clear"
    onclick="document.form1.cpuBrand.focus()">
    </form>
    </body>
    </html>
     
    McKirahan, Jun 24, 2005
    #3
  4. Thank you thats what i need
    I forgot to rewrite the text values to hidden as it was from my web page to
    display my values

    many thanks

    Craig
    "McKirahan" <> wrote in message
    news:...
    > "Craig Keightley" <> wrote in message
    > news:42bbc954$0$13701$...
    >> I have the following array:
    >> function showCPUs(){
    >> //name brandID dualCore dualProcessor
    >> var cpuItem=['Pentium 4 HT Northwood','2','N','N'];
    >> var cpuItem=['Pentium D 820','2','Y','N'];
    >> var cpuItem=['Pentium D 830','2','Y','N'];
    >> var cpuItem=['Pentium D 840','2','Y','N'];
    >> var cpuItem=['Xeon','2','N','Y'];
    >> var cpuItem=['Xeon','2','N','Y'];
    >> var cpuItem=['Xeon','2','N','Y'];
    >> var cpuItem=['Xeon Dempsey','2','N','Y'];
    >> var cpuItem=['Athlon 64 3000','1','N','N'];
    >> var cpuItem=['Athlon 64 3200','1','N','N'];
    >> var cpuItem=['Athlon 64 3500','1','N','N'];
    >> var cpuItem=['Athlon 64 4000','1','N','N'];
    >> var cpuItem=['Athlon 64 X2 4200','1','Y','N'];
    >> var cpuItem=['Athlon 64 X2 4400','1','Y','N'];
    >> var cpuItem=['Athlon 64 X2 4600','1','Y','N'];
    >> var cpuItem=['Athlon 64 X2 4800','1','Y','N'];
    >> var cpuItem=['Opteron 242','1','N','Y'];
    >> var cpuItem=['Opteron 244','1','N','Y'];
    >> var cpuItem=['Opteron 246','1','N','Y'];
    >> var cpuItem=['Opteron 252','1','Y','Y'];
    >> }
    >> </script>
    >>
    >> and the following hidden fields that are set by drop down menus
    >> <input name="cpuBrandID" type="text" id="cpuBrandID">
    >> <input name="dualCoreID" type="text" id="dualCoreID">
    >> <input name="dualProcessorID" type="text" id="dualProcessorID">
    >>
    >> How can I search against the hidden values to generate a list of items

    > from
    >> my array?
    >>
    >> eg
    >> cpuBrandID = 2
    >> dualCoreID = Y
    >> dualProcessorID = N
    >>
    >> will populate the page with the following processors from the array:
    >> Pentium D 820
    >> Pentium D 830
    >> Pentium D 840
    >>
    >> Many Thanks
    >>
    >> Craig
    >>

    >
    > 1) "var cpuItem" is declared multiple times.
    >
    > 2) "type=text" is not a hidden field.
    >
    >
    > Is this what you're looking for? Watch for word-wrap.
    >
    > <html>
    > <head>
    > <title>cpuItem.htm</title>
    > <script type="text/javascript">
    > var s = 0;
    > var cpuItem = new Array();
    > cpuItem[s++] = ['cpuName','cpuBrand','dualCore','dualProcessor'];
    > cpuItem[s++] = ['Pentium 4 HT Northwood','2','N','N'];
    > cpuItem[s++] = ['Pentium D 820','2','Y','N'];
    > cpuItem[s++] = ['Pentium D 830','2','Y','N'];
    > cpuItem[s++] = ['Pentium D 840','2','Y','N'];
    > cpuItem[s++] = ['Xeon','2','N','Y'];
    > cpuItem[s++] = ['Xeon','2','N','Y'];
    > cpuItem[s++] = ['Xeon','2','N','Y'];
    > cpuItem[s++] = ['Xeon Dempsey','2','N','Y'];
    > cpuItem[s++] = ['Athlon 64 3000','1','N','N'];
    > cpuItem[s++] = ['Athlon 64 3200','1','N','N'];
    > cpuItem[s++] = ['Athlon 64 3500','1','N','N'];
    > cpuItem[s++] = ['Athlon 64 4000','1','N','N'];
    > cpuItem[s++] = ['Athlon 64 X2 4200','1','Y','N'];
    > cpuItem[s++] = ['Athlon 64 X2 4400','1','Y','N'];
    > cpuItem[s++] = ['Athlon 64 X2 4600','1','Y','N'];
    > cpuItem[s++] = ['Athlon 64 X2 4800','1','Y','N'];
    > cpuItem[s++] = ['Opteron 242','1','N','Y'];
    > cpuItem[s++] = ['Opteron 244','1','N','Y'];
    > cpuItem[s++] = ['Opteron 246','1','N','Y'];
    > cpuItem[s++] = ['Opteron 252','1','Y','Y'];
    > function showCPUs() {
    > var form = document.form1;
    > form.cpuName.value = "";
    > form.dualCore.value = form.dualCore.value.toUpperCase();
    > form.dualProcessor.value = form.dualProcessor.value.toUpperCase();
    > //
    > if (form.cpuBrand.value == "") return;
    > if ("12".indexOf(form.cpuBrand.value) < 0) {
    > alert("Invalid CPU Brand!");
    > return;
    > }
    > if (form.dualCore.value == "") return;
    > if ("YN".indexOf(form.dualCore.value) < 0) {
    > alert("Invalid Dual Core!");
    > return;
    > }
    > if (form.dualProcessor.value == "") return;
    > if ("YN".indexOf(form.dualProcessor.value) < 0) {
    > alert("Invalid Dual Processor!");
    > return;
    > }
    > //
    > var item = ""
    > for (var i=1; i<cpuItem.length; i++) {
    > if (form.cpuBrand.value == cpuItem[1]) {
    > if (form.dualCore.value == cpuItem[2]) {
    > if (form.dualProcessor.value == cpuItem[3]) {
    > if (item != "") item += "\n";
    > item += cpuItem[0];
    > }
    > }
    > }
    > }
    > form.cpuName.value = item;
    > }
    > </script>
    > </head>
    > <body onload="document.form1.cpuBrand.focus()">
    > <form action="" method="get" name="form1">
    > <b> CPU Brand : </b>
    > <input type="text" name="cpuBrand"
    > size="1" maxlength="1" onchange="showCPUs()">
    > <br>
    > <b> Dual Core (Y/N) : </b>
    > <input type="text" name="dualCore"
    > size="1" maxlength="1" onchange="showCPUs()">
    > <br>
    > <b> Dual Processor (Y/N) : </b>
    > <input type="text" name="dualProcessor"
    > size="1" maxlength="1" onchange="showCPUs()">
    > <br><br>
    > <b> CPU Name(s) :</b>
    > <br><textarea name="cpuName" cols="30" rows="10"
    > readonly style="background-color:lightyellow"></textarea>
    > <br>
    > <br><input type="reset" value="Clear"
    > onclick="document.form1.cpuBrand.focus()">
    > </form>
    > </body>
    > </html>
    >
    >
    >
     
    Craig Keightley, Jun 24, 2005
    #4
  5. Craig Keightley

    McKirahan Guest

    "Craig Keightley" <> wrote in message
    news:42bbe319$0$13695$...
    > Thank you thats what i need
    > I forgot to rewrite the text values to hidden as it was from my web page

    to
    > display my values
    >
    > many thanks
    >
    > Craig


    [snip]

    Your welcome.

    BTW, in my code
    <form action="" method="get" name="form1">
    can be changed to
    <form name="form1">
    as the form is never submitted.

    Of course, you'll have something else.
     
    McKirahan, Jun 24, 2005
    #5
  6. Craig Keightley

    Mick White Guest

    Craig Keightley wrote:

    > After a tweak, I now have the following array:
    >
    > var cpuItem = new Array(
    > ['Pentium 4 HT Northwood','2','N','N','10.00','p4.jpg'],
    > ['Pentium D 820','2','Y','N','10.00','pd.jpg'],
    > ['Pentium D 830','2','Y','N','20.00','pd.jpg'],
    > ['Pentium D 840','2','Y','N','40.00','pd.jpg'],

    ...
    > );
    >
    > is searching an array possible?


    Yes it is.

    Loop through cpuItem, then loop through each individual array.
    But what do you want to acheive? All instances of the search term?
    And what if the search term is "Pentium" or "penteum"(spelling)? I would
    create a separate entry for the model ("Pentium", for instance) and
    model designation ("4 HT Northwood")

    http://www.mickweb.com/javascript/forms/databases/lookup.html

    Written some time ago, today I would use a database for this type of search.
    Mick




    Mick
     
    Mick White, Jun 24, 2005
    #6
  7. Re: UPDATE : Help Required to Populate search results - ArraySearch

    "McKirahan" <> writes:

    > BTW, in my code
    > <form action="" method="get" name="form1">
    > can be changed to
    > <form name="form1">
    > as the form is never submitted.


    Not while remaining valid HTML. The "action" attribute is required
    on form elements.

    /L
    --
    Lasse Reichstein Nielsen -
    DHTML Death Colors: <URL:http://www.infimum.dk/HTML/rasterTriangleDOM.html>
    'Faith without judgement merely degrades the spirit divine.'
     
    Lasse Reichstein Nielsen, Jun 24, 2005
    #7
  8. Re: UPDATE : Help Required to Populate search results - ArraySearch

    "Craig Keightley" <> writes:

    > After a tweak, I now have the following array:
    >
    > var cpuItem = new Array(
    > ['Pentium 4 HT Northwood','2','N','N','10.00','p4.jpg'],
    > ['Pentium D 820','2','Y','N','10.00','pd.jpg'],
    > ['Pentium D 830','2','Y','N','20.00','pd.jpg'],

    ....
    > ['Opteron 246','1','N','Y','45.00','opteron.jpg'],
    > ['Opteron 252','1','Y','Y','120.00','opteron.jpg']
    > );
    >
    > is searching an array possible?


    Sure. Run through the array one element at a time.
    However, it might not be the smartest way to do it. If you
    always want to search for the name, i.e., the first element
    of the array, you might just use that as a property of an
    object instead:

    var cpuItem = {
    'Pentium 4 HT Northwood' : ['2','N','N','10.00','p4.jpg'],
    'Pentium D 820' : ['2','Y','N','10.00','pd.jpg'],
    'Pentium D 830' : ['2','Y','N','20.00','pd.jpg'],
    ....
    'Opteron 246' : ['1','N','Y','45.00','opteron.jpg'],
    'Opteron 252' : ['1','Y','Y','120.00','opteron.jpg']
    }

    function findCpuData(name) {
    return cpuItem[name];
    }

    /L 'and please don't top post'
    --
    Lasse Reichstein Nielsen -
    DHTML Death Colors: <URL:http://www.infimum.dk/HTML/rasterTriangleDOM.html>
    'Faith without judgement merely degrades the spirit divine.'
     
    Lasse Reichstein Nielsen, Jun 24, 2005
    #8
  9. Thanks for all the feedback.
    I now have a new problem, getting the page to work in firefox. Here is my
    page (feel free to rip it apart, i'm still new to js)

    http://rackage.sitedesign.net/dedicatedservers.php


    "Lasse Reichstein Nielsen" <> wrote in message
    news:...
    > "McKirahan" <> writes:
    >
    >> BTW, in my code
    >> <form action="" method="get" name="form1">
    >> can be changed to
    >> <form name="form1">
    >> as the form is never submitted.

    >
    > Not while remaining valid HTML. The "action" attribute is required
    > on form elements.
    >
    > /L
    > --
    > Lasse Reichstein Nielsen -
    > DHTML Death Colors:
    > <URL:http://www.infimum.dk/HTML/rasterTriangleDOM.html>
    > 'Faith without judgement merely degrades the spirit divine.'
     
    Craig Keightley, Jun 27, 2005
    #9
  10. Craig Keightley

    McKirahan Guest

    "Craig Keightley" <> wrote in message
    news:42c0227b$0$13702$...
    > Thanks for all the feedback.
    > I now have a new problem, getting the page to work in firefox. Here is my
    > page (feel free to rip it apart, i'm still new to js)
    >
    > http://rackage.sitedesign.net/dedicatedservers.php



    What doesn't work in Firefox?
     
    McKirahan, Jun 27, 2005
    #10
  11. the cpu drop down list does not generate html

    "McKirahan" <> wrote in message
    news:...
    > "Craig Keightley" <> wrote in message
    > news:42c0227b$0$13702$...
    >> Thanks for all the feedback.
    >> I now have a new problem, getting the page to work in firefox. Here is my
    >> page (feel free to rip it apart, i'm still new to js)
    >>
    >> http://rackage.sitedesign.net/dedicatedservers.php

    >
    >
    > What doesn't work in Firefox?
    >
    >
     
    Craig Keightley, Jun 29, 2005
    #11
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