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Spaces in the imported data
#1 Posted : Sunday, August 25, 2013 8:24:20 AM(UTC)

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Hello Dennis,
a long time I had to do contests, and last week I attended the RDA Contest. I used WinTest and I made the transfer the ADIF contest datas to Logic .058.
I realized that in the fields transferred with ADIF file has reappeared space in the record of the QSO, while the data entered by the logform lack of space. (see attached screenshot)
The ADIF file of WinTest seem right to me. (see sample files below)
I'm missing some details? I remember that you had made ​​a change to eliminate these spaces.
Perhaps it has no effect with the operations of import file?
Thanks for your attention.
73's de Mauro IKØCHU

ADIF file generated by WinTest program
<CONTEST_ID:25>RDA International Contest

<CALL:5>RX6CB <QSO_DATE:8>20130817 <TIME_ON:6>083544 <MODE:2>CW <BAND:3>20m <FREQ:6>14.018 <RST_SENT:3>599 <STX:1>1 <RST_RCVD:3>599 <SRX:4>KR06 <TX_PWR:2>90 <OBL:2>KR <RDA:5>KR-06 <EOR>
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#2 Posted : Monday, August 26, 2013 9:33:00 AM(UTC)

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Hi Mauro:

What is going on here is that LOGic used to REQUIRE the spaces.

Not too long ago we made them optional. This was done to save space and allow more fields in the USERFIELDS container. It also makes LOGic more robust. It will work either way, so there is no problem.

The ADIF import routine still inserts the spaces. I have changed the code to not include the spaces. It will be in the next update.

Tnx & 73,

Dennis WN4AZY
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IK0CHU on 8/26/2013(UTC)
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