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RE: CIF line folding/reassembly protocol

  • Subject: RE: CIF line folding/reassembly protocol
  • From: "Bollinger, John Clayton" <jobollin@xxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Tue, 24 Sep 2002 21:46:59 +0100 (BST)

Herb Bernstein wrote:
> The only problem with this proposal is a conflict with the 
> recent proposal to somehow recognize a final end-of-line 
> within all text fields.

[...]

I don't consider that a proposal or new -- I have claimed all along and
still maintain that it is the originally specified behavior.  Even
though you prefer a different interpretation, I hope you can at least
agree that the chosen one is consistent with the original specs and thus
grant it the status of a clarification.  Agreed, in any case, that the
line-folding proposal requires the specified modification to work
correctly with the chosen interpretation of text field values.

John Bollinger

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John C. Bollinger, Ph.D.
Indiana University
Molecular Structure Center

jobollin@indiana.edu 

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