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Home: Perl Programming Help: Intermediate: Re: [Zhris] HASH-O-RAMA Data Processing Problem: Edit Log



stuckinarut
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Apr 13, 2015, 12:23 AM


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Re: [Zhris] HASH-O-RAMA Data Processing Problem


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I have actually changed the LOG codes to suitable labels instead:
- 1 is now submitted
- 0 is now unsubmitted
- - is now invalid


This is still baffling me a bit. I understand 1 and 0, but for example:


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427 K6NV VE3KI 80M 0242 RICH ON CNQ 1<3 -


VE3KI did not submit a log, but a determination cannot be made as to whether the QSO is actually 'invalid' or not until investigated.

Checking the primary online HAM database, VE3KI is 'Richard' in ON(tario). Most likely he uses 'Rich' on-the air. This type of QSO may have to be treated as a 'Unique' vs. an invalid CNQ, and I'm continuing to chew on these situations in terms of disposition.

Hmmm... it might be more helpful to only flag the '1' lines as LOG (much clearer than trying to remember pseudo-codes).

Looking at this one flagged '0' ...


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385 K6DGW W1NN 40M 0213 HAL SC CNQ 1<3 0


The MERP will be the same as for those currently flagged '1' as compared with a rapid QID/CWID review of actual submitted QSO lines and both these could be left blank. The only entries which would show in the CWID column would be LOG ('1' status), and a corresponding CWID column entry of the ... hmmm... it would have to be the actual QID of the CALLWKD station now that I think about it, to be able to go directly there to check, right?

Shutting down for the night now at 0030 local.

Thanks!

- Stuckinarut


(This post was edited by stuckinarut on Apr 13, 2015, 12:25 AM)


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