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 +~~ODT~~
 ===== RECORDER SETUP AND CONFIGURATION ===== ===== RECORDER SETUP AND CONFIGURATION =====
  
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 TMATS attributes are logically arranged in a hierarchical tree structure. Figure 9-1 in the  TMATS attributes are logically arranged in a hierarchical tree structure. Figure 9-1 in the 
-IRIG Chapter 9 standard shows this attribute tree structure. Unlike other markup languages, ​+[[http://​www.irig106.org/​docs/​106-13/​chapter9.pdf|IRIG 106 Chapter 9]] standard shows this attribute tree structure. Unlike other markup languages, ​
 such as Extensible Markup Language (XML), the structure of the attribute tree is not inherent in  such as Extensible Markup Language (XML), the structure of the attribute tree is not inherent in 
 the position, structure, or syntax of individual TMATS lines. Instead, the hierarchical ​ the position, structure, or syntax of individual TMATS lines. Instead, the hierarchical ​
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 ''​R-m\ID''​ attribute such as ''​R-1\ID:​MyDataSource;''​ with the corresponding ​ ''​R-m\ID''​ attribute such as ''​R-1\ID:​MyDataSource;''​ with the corresponding ​
 ''​G\DSI-n''​ attribute such as ''​G\DSI-1:​MyDataSource;''​. An example of a portion of a  ''​G\DSI-n''​ attribute such as ''​G\DSI-1:​MyDataSource;''​. An example of a portion of a 
-TMATS attribute tree is shown in Figure 3-1. Chapter 9 defines the specific linking fields for +TMATS attribute tree is shown below. Chapter 9 defines the specific linking fields for 
 the various levels of the TMATS attribute tree.  the various levels of the TMATS attribute tree. 
  
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 Attribute lines can be easily parsed using the string tokenizer function ''​strtok()''​ in the  Attribute lines can be easily parsed using the string tokenizer function ''​strtok()''​ in the 
-C run time library. An example approach outline for TMATS parsing is shown in Figure 3-2+C run time library. An example approach outline for TMATS parsing is shown in the code example below
 The TMATS attribute line is stored in the null terminated character array ''​szLine[]''​. The code  The TMATS attribute line is stored in the null terminated character array ''​szLine[]''​. The code 
 name string is pointed to by ''​szCodeName''​ and the data item value is pointed to by  name string is pointed to by ''​szCodeName''​ and the data item value is pointed to by 
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