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On 12/30/2019 at 2:13 AM, Haim Shlomo [Shamir] said:

Dear Colleagues,

Can someone explain what is the meaning of the 3 numbers under ERNRIN/UP described in the LPDS V0.78 example for layouts (p. 30)?

What are they describing?

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Thanks,

Haim S.

Hi Haim,

Those 3 numbers define the range of possible values for a variable reference point. The first number is the minimum, the second is the increments, and the third is the maximum. In your example for "ERNRUP": "-8:-2:-12", it means that the possible values for ERNRUP are -8, -10, and -12.

Regards

 

 

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