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The file format exported for the ASE Scorer is simple and precise.

 

Each line of the text file represents a round, starting with the first round and then in sequence to the last round. Each round contains all the tables, starting with table 1 up to the last table. Within each table, for pairs' events, there are the North-South, East-West and board set numbers.

 

For example a 6 table share and relay Mitchell pairs movement with round one:

 

Table

North South

East-West

Board set

1

1

1

1

2

2

2

2

3

3

3

3

4

4

4

5

5

5

5

6

6

6

6

1

 

It appears as this in the text file:

010101020202030303040405050506060601

 

Note the table numbers are not included in the file. The first 6 digits are for table 1, the next 6 digits are for table 2 and so forth.

The first two digits for a table are the NS pair number, the second 2 digits are the EW number and the last two the board set number.

 

The complete movement is:

010101020202030303040405050506060601

010602020103030204040306050401060502

010503020604030105040201050302060403

010404020505030606040102050203060304

010305020406030501040603050104060205

010206020301030402040504050605060106