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Sample 1. Step 15: Describing the NAME field

To describe the location of the block corresponding to the NAME field:

  1. Create an element of type Static Tex and name it NameHeader. This element will correspond to the name of the NAME field.
  2. Create an element of type Character String and name it GuestName. This element will correspond to the NAME field proper.
  3. Create a GuestName block corresponding to the NAME field.

The elements and the block for this field are created as described in Steps 10 to 14 with the following exceptions:

  • When specifying the search area for NameHeader, specify that it is located above the PlanetName Header element. This will prevent the program from formulating an erroneous hypothesis that contains the word NAME from the name YOUR PLANET NAME.

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  • Unlike the alphabet of the PlanetName element, the alphabet of the GuestName element must include only English letters and the "-" symbol. In the Character count field, specify the fuzzy interval {0, 0, 50, INF}.
  • When specifying the search area for the GuestName element, specify the NameHeader element as the reference element.
  • When creating the GuestName block, specify the GuestName element as the source element.

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